Thursday, June 1
1372 Brush Hill Rd. Milton
After the film, members of the Milton Garden Club will discuss their education program, which encompasses two decades of classroom visits to 4th grader’s in the Milton Public Schools. The program introduces students to the the Neponset River, including its history, geography, and wildlife and the role we all play as stewards of these natural resources.
Ian Cooke, Executive Director of the Watershed Association, will share an update on how far the river has come in the 50 years since the Association was founded, and will also outline some of the remaining challenges facing the river and facilitate a discussion with attendees about what they see as priorities for the future.
This program is free and open to the public. Light refreshments will be provided.
Questions and RSVP to Becky Simonds at email@example.com
Co-sponsored by the Milton Garden Club and Neponset River Watershed Association