Sacred Waters Panel Discussion 2017-11-15

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This discussion panel is led by spiritual leaders from many different faiths and traditions. They explore how water enters into these faiths and traditions, important rituals, and how polluted or unclean water affects those traditions and beliefs. This event's discussion focuses on our local watershed and Lake Champlain, and what citizens can do to help protect and preserve this critical resource. Participants: Craig Heindel, Senior Hydrologist, Waite-Heindel Environmental Management; Krista Hoffis, Program Coordinator, Lewis Creek Association; Rose Paul, Director of Science and Freshwater Programs, The Nature Conservancy; Haley Pero, Environmental Outreach, Senator Sanders’ Office; Don Rendall, Vice Chair, Shelburne Natural Resources and Conservation Committee.

Program Details

  • Series: none
  • Length: 01:40:0
  • Town: Other

Upcoming Airtimes

1 Monday December 18, 2017 at 12:00 AM