Join us in the lounge at Walter's Basin Restaurant (Route 3 in Holderness) for engaging evenings discussing the impacts of climate change. We will take a local focus to this global problem in this series featuring different perspectives and scientists. Climate change is affecting our natural world and the animals (including us humans) that inhabit our planet in many ways. Scientists will share the story of their perspective followed by the type of lively discussion Science Pubs are known to stimulate. Come with your appetite and questions to become part of an important community conversation.
This Week's Topic: Warming Winters and Snowmaking: 50 Years of Winter Climate Change and Snowmaking Development by Mark Green - Hubbard Brook Experimental Forest/Plymouth State University and Geoff Wilson - Hubbard Brook Experimental Forest
Sponsored by Squam Lakes Natural Science Center, Squam Lakes Association, and Squam Lakes Conservation Society.
Cost: No charge to attend. Order and pay for food and drinks individually. Seating is lounge style. For dining with traditional seating, arrive early to eat in the dining room prior to 6:30 p.m. when the presentation starts in the lounge.
Registration: Advance registration requested by calling Squam Lakes Natural Science Center at 603-968-7194.
Location: Walter's Basin, 859 US-3, Holderness, NH 03245, USA MAP