Maple syrup is a New Hampshire institution, but climate change could have tragic impacts on the future harvest in NH unless we act now. Concerned Granite Staters are invited to celebrate and learn how to protect this home-grown delight at the annual pancake breakfast on Tuesday, February 21, 2017 at 7:30am. Register for the breakfast here: http://tinyurl.com/hjyy9pf.
DATE: Tuesday, Feb 21, 2017
LOCATION: UNH Huddleston Hall Ballroom, 73 Main Street, Durham, NH
Doors open at 7:30 AM Program starts at 8:00 AM
Join local environmental groups and the UNH Sustainability Institute for a Local Climate Impacts Pancake Breakfast at the UNH Huddleston Hall Ballroom in Durham at 7:30am. Hear from local maple syrup producers, scientists, and elected officials about the impacts of a changing climate on the NH maple syrup industry. Then, supporters can take action with local organizations and enjoy pancakes with real New Hampshire maple syrup.
This year, our special guest is US Senator Maggie Hassan and other panelists include Jeff Moore of Windswept Farms of Loudon and NH Maple Producers Association, Ray LaRoche of Maple Meadow/LaRoche Farm in Durham, and UNH Professor Cameron Wake.
Doors Open at 7:30am and the program will begin at 8:00am. This event is FREE and open to the public.
The Climate Impacts Maple Breakfast is sponsored by Moms Clean Air Force, Environment New Hampshire, Union of Concerned Scientists, League of Conservation Voters, and New Hampshire Sierra Club, in partnership with the UNH Sustainability Institute.
***PHOTO OPPORTUNITIES WITH SENATOR HASSAN, STUDENTS, LOCALS, AND MAPLE SYRUP PRODUCTS***