The Power of Water in New York – Transition Awareness Raising

Dear Woodstock & friends in surrounding villages and hamlets,

Lets stay awake and proactive!
Let’s heed the pivotal lessons we learned from Hurricane Irene about the patterns and unbridled power of water in New York;….. and most especially about how Woodstock so spectacularly rose to the occasion and compassionately responded to neighbors around us in dire need.
ALL reports indicate that the impact of climate change on the Mid-Hudson Valley will manifest in more frequent, and increasingly intense storms; i.e. more water.
Transition Woodstock invites you to dive in!
We are a group of local Earth-care advocates affiliated with the global Transition Town Initiative which catalyzes towns’ “transition” from fossil-fuel-dependent lifestyles, to local resiliency by resourcefully responding to the realities of climate change ….together. You are invited…….

What: Workshop – The Power of Water in New York
When: Thursday, October 6th, 7:30-9:30 PM
Where: Woodstock Reformed Church, 16 Tinker Street, Woodstock, Rev. Josh Bode, Pastor

* Panelists: Russell Urban-Mead, CPG, LEED, AP, Senior Hydrogeologist, Mary McNamara, Lower Esopus Watershed Partnership, Wolf Bravo, Awakening the Dreamer Facilitator
* Host: Transition Woodstock

Why: Because we deeply love the Earth which sustains us all, and care for our neighbors.

RSVP & Additional Information : Vickie Anne O’ Dougherty, (845) 679-2135

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