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50 Years of Silent Spring Green Hour - Tuesday, June 19, 6pm - Lege...

Are you interested in environmentalism? Do you know why?

In 1962 Rachel Carson's book 'Silent Spring' was published effectively launching the environmental movement. 

At this month's Green Hour we'll celebrate 50 years of Silent Spring by hearing testimonials from those affected by the book and from Dan Ferber, Award-winning Journalist and Co-Author of 'Changing Planet, Changing Health.'

 

Join us this month as we continue our effort to provide a forum for everything 'Green' in Indianapolis.

Local and Social; an hour of Green with Friends and Neighbors. Join us and bring a friend!

 

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