Please join us for a wonderful evening of great company, good food and lots of talk about water.
It is Mass Rivers' annual tradition to bring together all of our friends and colleagues for a warm and lively evening of celebrating our rivers and the year's achievements.
Special Presentation by Jamie Williams: Call of the Wild: Protecting wild places in an era of partisan politics
This year we are honored to welcome a national conservation leader who works to preserve and protect the environment throughout the country. Jamie Williams, President of the Wilderness Society, will speak to us about the challenge of saving our nation's natural treasures in a very fractious political landscape.
Honorees. We will also recognize two outstanding river advocates who have recently stepped down from prominent roles: EkOngKar (EK) Singh Khalsa, former Executive Director of the Mystic River Watershed Association and Kathy Baskin, former Director of Water Policy for the Commonwealth. We are so grateful for the gift of their skills and dedication.
WHEN: Wednesday, December 7, 6-9 pm
WHERE: The First Church in Belmont Unitarian Universalist, 404 Concord Avenue
How can I pay for tickets?
Please make your ticket purchase online through Paypal. If this presents a problem, we will take a check or cash at the event. No matter what payment method you use, please complete the ticketing online.
What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?
There is limited parking in the church lot, but there is parking available on both sides of Concord Avenue. The church is about 2 miles from Alewife station at the end of the Red Line and immediately adjacent to the Belmont Center stop on the commuter rail (Fitchburg line). This venue is wheelchair accessible.
Who do I call if I have questions?
Please contact Elissa Grad at the Mass Rivers office at 857-445-0208.
The Massachusetts Rivers Alliance is a statewide advocacy organization and network of river activists. Its mission is to protect and restore the Commonwealth’s rivers and streams.Founded in 2007, Mass Rivers works to strengthen statewide river policies in four areas: water quality, stream flow, wildlife habitat, and investment in green infrastructure. We currently have 63 organizational members and over 1000 individual members.
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