CONCORD — How is climate change affecting communities in the Granite State? What impacts are sea level rise and extreme weather already having on our state’s natural resources, tourism, and culture?
Join New Hampshire Humanities on Mon., March 16 from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at Area 23, 254 North State Street in Concord, for a community conversation about sustainability, climate change, and how the humanities can help us in this time of environmental crisis.
The cost is only $15.00 per person and includes hearty appetizers and one beverage (beer/wine/non-alcoholic drink).
For more information, call 603-224-4071 or visit www.nhhumanities.org.