Climate Reality May 8 at 7pm

On Monday, May 8, 2017 at 7pm, the Bethlehem Conservation Commission and the Bethlehem Library will sponsor a presentation on The Climate Reality Project. The Climate Reality Project is a diverse group of individuals who have come together to work on the challenge of climate change. The Climate Reality Project is made up of cultural leaders, organizers, scientists, storytellers and concerned people who are committed to building a better future together. Vincent Brancato, who has been trained as a Climate Reality leader, will narrate the presentation and lead a discussion afterward. The presentation…continue reading →

How the Changing Landscape Affects Our Local Wildlife at the Bethlehem Library April 17 at 7pm

Nora Hulton, a Connecticut Certified Master Wildlife Conservationist, will give a free program on "Wildlife and Connecticut's Changing Landscape" on Monday, April 17 at 7pm at the Bethlehem Library in Bethlehem CT. Landscapes are dynamic ecosystems. Connecticut’s landscape has changed through the centuries, from almost all forest in the 1600s, to cleared land by the mid-1800s. Presently, Connecticut is about 60 percent forest. As the landscape changed in Connecticut so did the wildlife populations that depend on the land for habitat. This presentation describes the history of Connecticut’s landscape and the impact of…continue reading →