PBS’s The Age of Nature and Live Conversation with Regional Environmental Experts

Narrated by Uma Thurman

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Discuss PBS’s The Age of Nature at a Live Conversation with Regional Environmental Experts

Discuss an episode of one of the most highly anticipated PBS programs coming this fall, in which scientists and conservationists from all over the world examine ways we can restore our planet. On Tuesday, Oct. 13, participate in a live discussion focusing on the Connecticut River with local environmental advocacy leaders and specialists.

The Age of Nature Episode 2 includes a segment on the removal of the Elwha River dam in Washington State. This is the jumping off point for our webinar — how local migratory fish life cycles are changing, how hydropower dams on the Connecticut River are being re-regulated, and how non-functioning dams are being removed.

Attend the October 13, 7 pm webinar with local conservation experts. Join NEPM, The Nature Conservancy and Springfield Museums, plus The Trustees of Reservations, the Connecticut River Conservancy, U.S. Fish and Wildlife and other local environmental advocacy groups and specialists for a live discussion.

The webinar will be moderated by Deb Markowitz, Director of The Nature Conservancy in Massachusetts. Our panelists are Alison Bowden, Conservation Director of Rivers, Coasts and Lands for The Nature Conservancy in Massachusetts; Andrew Fisk, Executive Director of the Connecticut River Conservancy; and U.S Fish and Wildlife’s Dave Sagan.

Register here to reserve a spot for the October 13th event

The Age of Nature premieres on NEPM TV Wednesday, Oct 14 at 10 p.m.

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