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WLT Presents: A Conversation About Saving the Charles River & New Environmentalism

Waltham Land Trust presents A Conversation About Saving the Charles River & New Environmentalism
Thu, 03/10/2016 -
7:00pm to 8:30pm
Bentley University, Wilder Pavilion, Adamian Building, 175 Forest Street, Waltham, MA
Open to Public: 
Yes
Attendance Fee: 
No
Registration required: 
No
Event Description: 

The Waltham Land Trust is extremely excited to welcome to Waltham David Gessner, author of My Green Manifesto, and Dan Driscoll, who in the 1990s was the "new kid" at what is now the MA Dept. of Conservation and Recreation and was offered at that time to "take a look at the Charles" as a distraction. Dan absolutely took a look at the Charles, and worked through several challenges to make the river the gem that it is today. In My Green Manifesto (available for sale at the event), Dan explains to David the ups and downs of the battle as the two journey down the mighty river from source to mouth in leaky canoes and kayaks. They also discuss what it means to be an environmentalist these days, and they'll share their thoughts with us at this special event that we've been trying to organize since the book was published in 2011!

To get an idea of what to expect, watch this YouTube video David put together to promote My Green Manifesto. Goofy! Then go get yourself a copy and read this funny, insightful, and inspiring masterpiece.

The Waltham Land Trust will be talking more about the event on their website, and in the press, so stayed tuned. This is going to be huge!

The event is free but donations are always appreciated...

Allow extra time to locate the Adamian Building on campus, and time to walk from Lot 9 to the building. Download a detailed map here.  To learn more about Waltham Land Trust, click here. To email WLT about the event, click here.