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STATE COLLEGE – Hometown Habitat: Stories of Bringing Nature Home
November 19 @ 3:00 PM - 5:00 PMFree
Movie and discussion.
Find us downstairs in Harkins Hall.
Plenty of parking, wheelchair accessible.
Come enjoy learning how to transform your own yard, your local park, or congregational property into a haven for wildlife using native plant species. We’ll watch a film about bringing nature back into these places and have a short discussion period after. You’ll learn how to bring nature home and share our common space with the plants, the insects, the birds, and the mammals that support life on earth.
Film runs 90 minutes, and features examples of communities, congregations, and individuals who have changed their outdoor spaces to be more resilient and welcoming, including some houses of worship that have earned Sacred Grounds certification through the Audubon Society. Read more and watch the trailer.
RSVPs help us plan. Contact PA IPL Board member Greg Williams with questions or to let him know you’re coming. Email Greg or call 215-242-0854
SPREAD THE WORD
- Download a flier to print and share
Learn more about the film (and filmmaker) in this media release
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- Link to all three showings (Canoe Creek State Park, in Altoona, and in State College)
- Pennsylvania Interfaith Power & Light
- Juniata Valley Audubon Society
- Clearwater Conservancy
- Pennsylvania Native Plant Society
- Rails to Trails of Central Pennsylvania
- Pennsylvania DCNR