|Date:||Thursday, January 9, 2014|
|Presented by:||New Jersey Chp Sierra Singles|
|Leader:||Susan Schirmer - firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Registration:||Registration Required before January 8, 2014 12:00 PM|
|Location:||The Ship Inn, 61 Bridge St, Milford|
Dinner: The Ship Inn is NJ’s first Brew Pub, 2 blocks from the Delaware River. It has a friendly atmosphere. Seating overlooks the beautiful Harehokake Creek. Enjoy craft-brewed ales and British-inspired foods with locally sourced and ecologically responsible ingredients. The menu includes pasta, beef, chicken and seafood dishes, as well as sandwiches, burgers, salads and vegetarian entrees. Parking: On the street or across the road in the church parking lot.
FOLLOWED BY A MOVIE: “Sourlands: Stories From the Fight for Sustainability”
Description: Between New York City and Philadelphia, there is a forest that has survived the bulldozers of development. The locals call this place the “The Sourlands”. It is from this stronghold of green that local award-winning journalist Jared Flesher weaves a tale of ecology, energy and agriculture. A rampaging deer herd, invasive plants and wholesale habitat destruction threaten the local ecosystem. Farmers in the surrounding valley battle against high land prices, high property taxes, and increasingly erratic weather patterns. A group of local engineers searches for new ways to save energy and stop global warming. Pay close attention, and the challenges facing this community look a lot like the challenges facing ecosystems, farmers and energy visionaries everywhere.
To help support the continued work of Director Jared Flesher, a $5 donation is requested but not mandatory. www.sourlands.com 2012 - 78 min
RSVP to the leader by January 8 (by email to the leader, or click on "Register"). Please include subject heading The Ship Inn with your first and last name. Seating limited to 20 reservations. If you must cancel please notify leader ASAP. We will be joined by the NJ Sierra Club South Highlands Group and members of the Lehigh Valley Sierra Club. You do not need to be a Sierra Club member to attend.