November 19, 2008 Healthy Wildlife - Healthy Peolpe
Our relationship to nature defines who we are and will have profound impacts on future generations. Eastern Maine is defined by our natural resources and heritage, but our desire to be close to nature presents challenges for wildlife and for us. We'll look at programs to protect and restore the health of wild animals as well long range strategies to guide development and protect our natural habitats. We'll also look at the impacts of pollution on wildlife populations and how that in turn affects our health.
Join our dialogue on Wednesday, November 19th at 10:00 AM as we discuss the relationship of our health to the health 0f wildlife.
We invite your calls and email with questions and comments.
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