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Save the Mill River

Save the Mill River

Author, documentarian and environmental activist Stephen Hamm will host an in-person showing of his film about the Mill River, A River Speaks.

The film dives into the history of the Mill River with an unadorned, straight-forward perspective. The Mill River, which originates in Cheshire, was once a flourishing, healthy water body. Today the Mill River is impaired and generally unsuitable for use by fishermen and other recreational activities for much of its 12.6-mile length. It continues to serve as a supplementary source of drinking water for thousands of residents.

In addition to the film, the Coalition for a Sustainable Cheshire and its partners will discuss ongoing projects taking place along the length of the Mill River from Cheshire to Long Island Sound.


Registration required. Sponsored by the Coalition for a Sustainable Cheshire.

Monday, April 11, 2022
7:00pm - 8:00pm
Mary Baldwin Room, Main Level
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