Wednesday, August 11, 7pm
LET’S TALK: A DIALOGUE ON LAND STEWARDSHIP, CLEAN WATER, AND COMMUNTY HEALTH
Join us for a conversation that will explore our relationships with the land, water, each other, and our communities. Hosted by public historian Will Walker, the Let’s Talk program will highlight interview selections from the oral history collections of Hanford Mills Museum and the Cooperstown Graduate Program. The program will feature oral histories with residents of Delaware and Otsego Counties, including farmers, business owners, artists, and scientists. We will listen to their stories and then share our own experiences and ideas with one another.
This program is a continuation of the conversations begun during the InterActions series. The program is part of HMM’s participation in the Museum Association of New York Building Capacity Project, which was made possible in part by the Institute of Museum and Library Services [CAGML-246991-OMLS-20]. The views, findings, conclusions or recommendations expressed in this program do not necessarily represent those of the Institute of Museum and Library Services.
Please register to participate and receive the Zoom link.