Last Chance to Register (FREE) for Gimme Green Film Screening and Panel Discussion (Concord, NH) – Limited Seating Available (Come eat free snacks too!)

Gimme Green Film Screening and Experts Panel Discussion

The Upper Merrimack River Local Advisory Committee and St. Paul’s School are proud to co-host the “Gimme Green Film Screening and Experts Panel Discussion”
as part of the UMRLAC’s winter community program and SPS’s Birckhead Science Lecture Series
on this Thursday, February 20, 2014

About the event
Gimme Green is a humorous look at the American obsession with the residential lawn and the effects it has on our environment, our wallets, and our outlook on life.
This twenty-seven minute film will present a variety of viewpoints on this issue and show how homeowners, real estate professionals, and landscapers are involved. After the film screening a panel of experts will provide their reactions and viewpoints with time for attendees to ask them questions.

Panelists for this fun and informative event include

Ken Jordan, Ken Jordan Realty Associates, Canterbury, NH
Cathy Neal, University of New Hampshire Cooperative Extension, Durham, NH
Britt Phillips, Complete Land Organics, Dunbarton, NH

Can we have green lawns that make our properties look good, retain their value, and are good for the environment? Plan to be at this film screening and panel discussion to find out. The event will be located at St. Paul’s School in the Lindsay Center Lecture Hall on the campus off Pleasant Street in Concord. Light refreshments will be provided beginning at 6:45 PM. The film screening event will begin promptly at 7:00 PM. This event is made available free of charge and open to the public but space is limited so please register. For further information, please contact Michele L. Tremblay, Chair, UMRLAC at 603.796.2615 or

Click here to register for this free-of-charge event. The event is free but space is limited so please register today.

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