Tom Andersen, Connecticut Audobon Society
The Guilford Free Library will host a 4-part lecture series by Tom Anderson, who will trace the history of Long Island Sound from 1600 until the present day, and explain how the decisions we’ve made about how to use the Sound and the land in its watershed have led to the severe ecological problems facing the Sound now.
Andersen is the director of communications for the Connecticut Audubon Society and the New York program, and is the communications coordinator for Save the Sound. He is also the author of This Fine Piece of Water: An Environmental History of Long Island Sound.
The first lecture will be held on Wednesday, January 22, 2014 at 7:00 pm. It is free and open to all, please register.
To Learn more about the free lecture and register go to the Library’s website.
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