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The Guilford Free Library and the Guilford Conservation Commission are sponsoring a discussion on dark skies. (Photo courtesy of the Guilford Free Library )
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A longtime dark sky advocate, Bob Crelin, will give a talk on starry skies at night and a sustainable Guilford on Wednesday, June 19 at 6:30 p.m. at the Guilford Free Library, 6 Park Street, Guilford.
The discussion will explore how lighting at night affects natural bio-rhythms and can be used more responsibly, effectively, and energy efficiently; how indiscreet use of night lighting disconnects society from the natural nocturnal environment; and how night lighting started and evolved.
Crelin is the author of the children’s book There Once Was a Sky Full of Stars, and a Walter Scott Houston Award winner for his work changing policy and perceptions
A Starry Sky on the Horizon for a Sustainable Guilford is sponsored jointly by the Guilford Conservation Commission and the Guilford Free Library.
Register is requested and can be done online at www.guilfordfreelibrary.org.
The Guilford Conservation Commission is a town commission charged with the development, conservation, supervision and regulation of natural resources, including water resources, within the territorial limits of Guilford.
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