Date(s) - 03/28/2017
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
“Humans have been leaving marks on Orange County for the last 12,000 years, but only for the last 200 have the marks been permanent wounds and scars,” asserts Fred Isseks, PhD. “Many Native American cultures, including the local Lenape Nation, have long believed that important collective decisions should never be made without weighing the potential significance the decision could have for the next seven generations,” he explains. The talk will focus on a stretch of the Wallkill River Valley which has been home to humans since the days of the mastodons. Free and open to the public.