November 27, 2012

Protecting Paradise - Dr. Ed Bell Forum

Annual Environmental Forum
Littleton Conservation Trust

Cherrie Corey in her element.  Photo by Forrest Dickinson
 Protecting Paradise
Gowing's Swamp and Thoreau's Bog

Tuesday, December 4, 7-9 pm
Free and open to the public 

Presented by Cherrie Corey 
noted naturalist, educator, and photographer

 Indian Hill Music Center
36 King Street, Littleton, MA
Camilla Blackman Hall

Join Cherrie for an evening of images and stories that recount the natural and social history and unique ecology that make Concord's Growing's Swamp and Thoreau's Bog the intimate and magical landscape that has inspired 150+ years of study, reflection, and protective response.  Cherrie will share highlights of citizen effort to defend this fragile wetland from a proposed development and the Concord Land Consservation Trust's successful acquisition of its remaining unsecured shorelines and watershed.   Light refreshments and conversation with the speaker will follow.

Honoring the 50th anniversary of the Littleton Conservation Trust. 


Directions:  From I-495, exit 30, turn left onto King St. (Rtes 110/2A) for .6 miles.  Turn right at 36 King St. for Indian Hill Music Center.  Entrance and parking at the rear of the building.


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