HTG Online: How Fresh Water Has Shaped New Hampshire

How Fresh Water Has Shaped New Hampshire Event Image, Merrimack River Manchester, NH New England, Humanities to Go

Join us this Friday, May 22nd over Zoom for a special online only presentation of our Humanities To Go program, "How Fresh Water Has Shaped New Hampshire," presented by Jim Rousmaniere.

Granite Staters' impact on fresh water - and, conversely, inland waters' impact on Granite Staters - has evolved over time. Our pollution has changed, as has our hydro-power, our experiences with floods, our watershed protections, our exposure to invasive vegetation, and our use of water in the home. This illustrated presentation by Jim Rousmaniere explores the roles of industry, innovation, and citizen action in assuring clean and plentiful water supplies in a state that in many ways has been defined by water.

This presentation is free, and you can join by phone OR through your computer using the free Zoom software. Zoom is available for download here: https://zoom.us/download. The program is limited to 500 attendees. After registering, you'll receive an email with details about how to log in. Please click HERE to sign up!