Learn how climate change and our agricultural system are inherently connected at the Local Everything event sponsored by NextGen Climate NH. Following an hour of networking/tabling, there will be a panel discussion with local experts from the education, business, agriculture and policy sectors. The discussion will focus on the connection between climate change and agriculture and address what we can do to lessen our impact through policy, education, and every day consumer decisions.
You won’t want to miss this event if you care about our local environment and economy! Here are the details:
Date: Sunday, October 11, 1:00-2:00 tabling/networking, 2:00-3:00 panel discussion, 3:00-3:30 Q&A period, 3:30 onward tabling/networking.
Location: Throwback Brewery, 7 Hobbs Rd., North Hampton
Beer specials: A selection of 4 beers will be on special for 3$ for the duration of the event
Speakers: Commissioner Lorraine Merrill of the NH Department of Agriculture, John Carroll of UNH on agricultural education, Clay Mitchell on climate change science, Chuck Cox of Tuckaway Farm on sustainable agriculture, Representative David Borden of Newcastle to discuss policy, Nicole Carrier and Annette Lee, co-founders of Throwback Brewery on sustainable/local business, and Griffin Sinclair-Wingate of UNH representing the millennial voice.
Free admission, but please RSVP here.