Longwood University’s Hull Springs Farm will host the first in its 2017 Speakers’ Series on Thursday, September 28 at 1 p.m. The hour-long presentation will feature Tara Kelly and Kelsey Gray, of Angler Environmental, a RES Company, discussing “Ecological Restoration at Hull Springs Farm: Wetlands, Streams, and Forests.” The talk is free and open to the public, but seating is limited, so please pre-register by clicking on this link or the link provided on the flyer: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfNRQ8SmnAyaLi7flgMRgizeAIJJLShh5iaKlvBYKt51lYSUg/viewform
The series of six talks, which focus on the Northern Neck environment, is being sponsored by Old Dominion Electric Cooperative. The event location is 1347 Hull Springs Farm Road, Montross.
Hull Springs Farm is striving to become a compelling model of conservation and stewardship to educate the students of Longwood University, other institutions, and the greater community about their roles in creating a more sustainable planet.