Saving Birds Saves the Environment…and How You Can Help
2018 marks the centennial of the Migratory Bird Treaty Act, the most powerful bird protection law ever passed and on June 15 at 11 am, Audubon Sharon Director, Eileen Fielding, PhD, will explore the link between the preservation of birds and the environment. Dr. Fielding will take a bird-centered look at today’s most pressing environmental challenges, including pesticides, invasive species, habitat loss, and climate change.
In honor of the Migratory Bird Treaty’s centennial, National Audubon Society, National Geographic and more than 150 other participating organizations have joined forces to protect birds and in so doing, improve the environment for birds and people. Where birds flourish, people flourish and whether helping one bird, changing national policies, or preserving vital water ways, Dr. Fielding will discuss the impact Audubon and individuals working together can have on the environment here in Northwest Connecticut and along thousands of miles of migratory flyways.
Dr. Fielding holds a MS and PhD in Ecology from the University of Connecticut, as well as a BS in Natural Resources from the University of Massachusetts. Eileen previously served as the Executive Director of the Farmington River Watershed Association.
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On October 26 at 1 pm, Noble Horizons and the Salisbury Association will host author and professor Eric D. Lehman who will discuss his new book, "Connecticut Vanguards: Historic Trailblazers and their Legacies.”
Noble Horizons invites the community this weekend from 11-4 to view Babs Perkins’ exhibit of photographs entitled “A Sense of Place: Bosnia, Hercegovina & Serbia Through the Lens.”
On Saturday, October 27 at 2 pm, Noble Horizons will host Douglas Crane, who will present the remarkable story of Crane & Company, the US Treasury’s sole paper supplier since engraver Paul Revere made a precursor to the dollar using paper produced by his compatriot Thomas Crane during the American Revolution.
World War I came to an end on November 11, 1918 and on November 3 at 11 am, Noble Horizons will commemorate this centennial with History Professor Hamish Lutris who will present, “The Lost Generation”.
On November 9 from 9:00 am-3:00 pm, Noble Horizons will host counselors from the Western Connecticut Area Agency on Aging (WCAAA) who will offer 30 minute private Medicare Part D enrollments sessions.
The Holiday Fair opens in the Wagner Learning Center on November 17 from 9:00am to 3:00pm. It features a wide selection of affordable items for both Thanksgiving and Christmas—from decorations and baked goods to small gifts for everyone on your holiday list.
The holidays are around the corner and Noble Horizons is busy planning the 22nd annual Festival of Trees! Noble Horizons welcomes your entries, and those who wish to enter a holiday exhibit may call 860-435-9851.
Maximizing your Social Security Benefits, a free workshop covering topics important to those nearing retirement or those just retired, will be offered from 12:30 to 1:30 pm on Tuesday, November 27 at Noble Horizons. A light lunch will be offered at noon.