Droughts and Downpours: Managing for Extremes
Ended October 30
Paige Heverly
October 30
Price:  http://events.r20.constantcontact.com/register/event?oeidk=a07efph7hne0d316a75&llr=7jf5uhcab

Join Vital Communities and the Upper Valley Adaptation Workgroup (UVAW) for an educational forum on climate change's impacts on precipitation patterns. Hear from Cat Buxton about hyper-local management practices, regional planners about municipal and landowner preparedness, and state programs that can provide technical assistance to ensure landscapes are managing for both  lacking and excess rainfall. 

LOCATION: Hypertherm's 71 Heater Road facility, Lebanon
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DATE: Tuesday October 30
TIME: 4:30 - 8:15 pm

This event is FREE and OPEN to the public. A light dinner will be provided. 

We ask that attendees register here by October 25 so we have enough food for everyone: TinyURL.com/Droughts-Downpours 

Contact Paige Heverly (paige@vitalcommunities.org or 802.291.9100 x114) with questions. Visit VitalCommunities.org/Adaptation or https://www.facebook.com/events/2222206041332771/ for more information. 

This event was made possible with generous support from the Sierra Club Upper Valley Group, the Community Resilience Organization of Hartford, Two Rivers Ottauquechee Regional Commission, and CROs. 

We hope that you will attend this forum, invite your colleagues, and spread the word to anyone else you think would be interested in this increasingly urgent issue!


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