James Lewis: May 12th

April 19th, 2011 by Kelly

Southern Perspectives on the Weeks Act
Thursday May 12, 2011 at 4:30 pm
Heritage Commons
Plymouth State University

Presented by James Lewis
Historian, Forest History Society, Durham, NC

The Legacy and lessons of Eastern national forests:
This historical program is part of a coordinated New Hampshire effort celebrating the Weeks Act Centennial and the creation of Eastern National Forests. The traditions of citizen-based conservation, land stewardship, sustainable forestry, and partnerships-like those that resulted in the Weeks Act- are a proud legacy, reflecting the passions and interests of New Hampshire residents and visitors, past and present.

To learn more, and for up-to-date information about other events and activities related to the Weeks Act, please visit:
Plymouth.edu/rural
Or
Weekslegacy.org

This celebration of the Weeks Act and the creation of Eastern National Forests provide an opportunity to promote increased awareness of sustainable forestry, land stewardship and citizen-based conservation.

For more information on this upcoming event click HERE

Southern Perspectives on the Weeks Act
May 12th @ 4:30pm
Heritage Commons – Plymouth State University