On Monday, March 27, at Brown’s Revolution Hall in Troy, NY, the Hudson River Watershed Alliance will host a film screening of documentary filmmaker Jon Bowermaster’s River at Risk series on PCBs, anchorages and pipeline projects in the Hudson River followed by a panel discussion moderated by Dr. Kate Meierdiercks of Siena College with leaders, advocates and activists from throughout the Capital Region, including Elizabeth Moran of Environmental Advocates of New York, Nancy Heinzen of the Stormwater Coalition of Albany County, Fran Martino of the Greater Stockport Creek Watershed Alliance and Rebecca Martin of KingstonCitizens.org.
The event will take place at 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM at 425 River Street, Troy, NY 12180
The panel “What We Can Do To Protect Our Water” will focus on everyday actions people can do to protect water resources, local and regional grassroots efforts to monitor and protect local streams, and local and state advocacy campaigns affecting our water.
Tickets are available here for $10. If space is available, tickets will be sold at the door – cash or check only.
For more information on the event contact Maureen Cunningham at email@example.com or visit www.hudsonwatershed.org. For more information on the River at Risk film series, visit www.hudsonriveratrisk.com.