“Every citizen, business and organization has a stake in the economic health of the Granite State.” This is the tagline for the New Hampshire PBS film, “Communities & Consequences II: Rebalancing New Hampshire’s Human Ecology.”
On Tuesday, January 26 at 6:30 p.m., the Cook Memorial Library, with Tamworth Economic Development Commission, the Tamworth Planning Board, Mount Washington Valley Economic Council, and a number of other Mount Washington Valley libraries and community organizations, will partner with New Hampshire PBS to offer an online screening of this film followed by a panel discussion with people working to improve the human ecology of the Mount Washington Valley and surrounding area.
The program will begin with a brief introduction, followed by a screening of the hour-long film. After the film, there will be a moderated panel discussion with panelists Andrew Dean, Chair of Mount Washington Valley Housing Coalition, Marianne Jackson of Mount Washington Valley Age Friendly Community, and Shannon Rogers, State Specialist of Nature Based Economic Development on UNH Cooperative Extension’s Community and Economic Development Team. Audience members will be able to submit questions during the film and discussion.
To register to get the link to attend the program online, [to come, link will be provided by NHPBS soon!]