You’re invited to Seeing Fair Haven through Residents’ Eyes: A Presentation on Capturing the Environmental Realities through Photography

NEW DATE: Thursday, January 26
Time: 5:30 – 6:30 p.m.
Location: Fair Haven Branch Library, 182 Grand Ave, New Haven

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Join us to learn how Save the Sound collaborated with local New Haven organizations to train Fair Haven residents in photography data collection. Xochitl Garcia, the Urban Waters Initiative’s Community Leader, and Melissa Pappas, Save the Sound’s ecological communications specialist will present on how they recruited, trained, and supported 13 Fair Haven residents in this PhotoVoice program. They will share stories from the participants and the resulting photos that represent community-identified priorities for improving the lower Mill River watershed. The in-person presentation will be followed by a viewing of the photography exhibit and a Q&A session. Light refreshments will be provided. 

Spots are limited! Please RSVP below.

Contact Amanda James at 203-787-0646 x130 or with any questions.

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