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Chronicles a changing, fragile landscape through the art of photography. (2019 Film & Lecture Series)
Dorothy Monnelly, photographer, will show a selection of her photographs and discuss her work in and around the Great Marsh, including her observations of how the landscape has changed over the years. The title of the event, Between Land and Sea, is also the title of her 2007 collection of 57 gelatin silver prints. Mrs. Monnelly will also discuss her most recent work in book form, Waterforms, inspired by the shapes and textures created by water along our coast and throughout the marsh.
WHERE: Peirce Farm Great Room, Topsfield
WHEN: Thursday, March 28, 6:00-7:30pm
Photo credit: Dorothy Kerper Monnelly
Exploring Lawrence's history of industry and conservation. (2019 Film & Lecture Series)
More Than the Merrimack: How Three Rivers Shaped Lawrence
Lecture by Groundwork Lawrence staff members:
Brad Buschur, Project Director
Lesly Melendez, Deputy Director
WHERE: Groundwork Lawrence, Lawrence
WHEN: Thursday, April 11, 6:00-7:30pm
Photo: Spicket River from Costello Park, Lawrence
Agriculture with a regenerative environmental impact. (2019 Film & Lecture Series)
Greenbelt is partnering with iFarm to host a screening of InHABIT: A Permaculture Perspective.
WHERE: iFarm, Boxford
WHEN: Saturday, April 13, 1:00-3:00pm
COST: $10 general public; $5 Greenbelt members
RSVP on iFarm's website
Use coupon code INHABIT to get your Greenbelt member discount!
Today we hear a great deal about the ways humans cause damage to the planet. But what if humans could meet their needs while healing the earth? INHABIT: A Permaculture Perspective takes a look at the environmental challenges we face and the answers permaculture can offer. It was filmed in 2015 and was an official selection of the Yale Environmental Film Festival and and Princeton Environmental Film Festival.
Following the screening, there will be a short presentation and garden tour demonstrating permaculture at iFarm and simple steps homeowners can take to create gardens that produce beautiful fruits, berries, vegetables and herbs; are more self-sustaining; require less labor; and support pollinators in more powerful ways. The screening will be held indoors in the heated Carriage House.
Children under age 3 are free.
82 Eastern Avenue, Essex,
Greenbelt is grateful to several professional and staff photographers whose work is featured prominently within our website.
Thank you Jerry Monkman / ecophotography.com, Lynne Holton, Kindra Clineff, Adrian Scholes and John Raleigh.