Earth Forum of Howard County
Location: First Presbyterian Church,
9325 Presbyterian Circle, Columbia, MD.
“Thousands of Raindrops”
Come be a part of this new, action oriented water experiment at the January 20th Earth Forum. A panel of Howard County’s leading water experts will introduce an array of interesting tips, practices, and ideas for restoring clean, healthy, and abundant water. They will discuss the secret key to cleaning up our polluted waters and restoring beautiful river landscapes for everyone. Explore issues of reduce water pollution, providing affordable water equitably, and the inter relationships of climate change and water.
Enjoy refreshments at 3 PM and then try your hand at activities at several water action stations. Free and open to all.
Information at www.earthforumhc.org . Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 410-730-3545.
The Earth Forum of Howard County is a community forum of citizens who meet to learn, discuss, explore and form action groups to address vital issues of climate change and care of the natural world. We seek beneficial ways of preserving and using its valuable resources carefully and equitably, and explore options for sustainable living in the 21st Century. The Forum series is sponsored by the First Presbyterian Church of Howard County in partnership with other faith communities, related county government agencies, climate change and sustainable living activists.
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