Who’s the Annual Celebration Speaker?


Friends of the Blue Hills Annual Celebration
Thursday, October 6     7:00 – 9:00 pm
Milton Hoosic Club, 193 Central Avenue, Milton

We hope you’ll join us to celebrate the Blue Hills, our members and friends, and everything we have accomplished together over the past year!  In addition to delicious hors d’oeuvres from Off the Vine Catering, cash bar, silent auction, beer tasting from Blue Hills Brewery, we’ll learn from our keynote speaker, Richard Primack, about how climate change will change the Blue Hills.  Learn more about the Annual Celebration.  Learn more about the raffle to win dinner for six on top of Great Blue.

About the Speaker

Richard Primack is a Professor of Biology at Boston University with research interests in climate change biology.  For the past 14 years, Prof. Primack and his colleagues have been investigating the effects of a warming climate on the plants and birds of Massachusetts, with an emphasis on continuing the observations made 160 years ago by Henry David Thoreau in Concord.  Prof. Primack has been involved in educating the public about the effects of climate change through public talks and popular writing, including a recent book about his work: Walden Warming: Climate Change Comes to Thoreau’s Woods.  Prof. Primack will specifically address the impact of climate change on the Blue Hills Reservation.


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