Framingham Library Presents Climate Change in MetroWest on March 22

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FRAMINGHAM – As part of the Framingham Public Library’s changing climate series, the library will present Climate Change in MetroWest & Beyond on March 22 from 7 to 8 p.m.

Joy Marzolf, the owner of The Joys of Nature will discuss how Massachusetts has changed much in the last 400 years: from forest to farm to town and now in many places, suburbs.

“Now, more recently, we are seeing rapid changes going on around us. From weather extremes like warmer winters and colder, wetter springs to spells of drought and extensive heat, torrential downpours and tornado warnings. How are these and other changes affecting our area wildlife and us? Find out more and discuss what each of us can do to make a difference,” said the library.

Pre-registration is required.

Individuals must register by 9 a.m. on March 22 for the Zoom link.

Visit bit.ly/FPL-Events to register.

Resilient Communities: Libraries Respond To Climate Change is part of a pilot program of the American Library Association.

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