Nothing exciting to do this Friday night?
Consider yourself invited to an evening of film & conversation at the Connecticut Forest & Park Association.
Bring or meet a friend.
We are featuring a short film about why we have National Forests. It was a fight then and still is today! Add your voice to a warm discussion about protecting and stewarding forests and parks in Connecticut and America.
Light refreshments will be served after the film.
Engage and Enjoy!
Channeling Pinchot- A Film and Speaker Event
You will enjoy a fun and informative event where the roots of forestry in America will be explored. It is stunning how issues that boiled over in the early 20th century are still brewing in the early 21st century!
Examine your own thoughts about the environment and what is important to you and your family.
On March 1st we will view the first episode of the Forest Service Centennial film, The Greatest Good, which looks at the conservation movement and the growth of forests and forestry in the early 20th century. The film runs less than an hour. Afterwards, enjoy refreshments and a discussion of the personalities and the issues of the era.
We don't require an RSVP, but it will be greatly appreciated so we have enough food and refreshments for everyone!
Please contact us today at firstname.lastname@example.org or 860-346-2372.