Sunday, March 24 at 3pm
Water Proof: Are rising water and shrinking ice the new norm for the North Country?
Lecture at Whallonsburg Grange Hall
The last two years of extreme weather is – according to the models, studies and historical records – what climate change in this region looks like. This program will look at what has happened and what will happen as this process continues.
Presentation by Curt Stager, ecologist, science journalist and professor of natural sciences at Paul Smith’s College. Curt has been conducting research in the Champlain basin and Adirondacks on the effects of climate change. Read more about his research in the April issue of Adirondack Life magazine. (Whallonsburg Grange Hall)
This event is sponsored by the Grange, Adirondack Life, Champlain Area Trails and the Adirondack Council. Price: $5 adults. Students free.
- Hear about the profound changes on Lake Champlain that scientists, fishermen, boaters and shore-dwellers are documenting.
- Share your own experiences and observations.
- Find out how you can join the effort to record and understand what is happening to Lake Champlain and throughout the North Country. (Whallonsburg Grange Hall)
What are the Whallonsburg Grange Lyceums?
Lyceums flourished in the United States from the mid-19th century and were important in the development of adult education. Lecturers, musicians, singers and readers traveled the “lyceum circuit,” going from town to town to entertain, speak, or debate. The current Lyceum Series at the Grange continues this tradition with lectures and programs of interest to the community. (Whallonsburg Grange Hall)
Contact Whallonsburg Grange
For more information you can call 518-962-4386 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. If you’ve never been before, then follow these directions to the Grange.
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