December 3, 2009
The Teaneck Suburbanite
Interview with author of ‘Salt Marshes: A Natural and Unnatural History’
Captain Bill Sheehan, founder of the Hackensack Riverkeeper, considered the leading environmental organization working on Hackensack River issues, will interview author Judith S. Weiss about her highly-praised new book, "Salt Marshes: A Natural and Unnatural History," Sunday, Dec. 6 at 7 p.m. at the Puffin Cultural Forum.
Of the book, Lorna Salzman, former natural resources specialist/NYC Department of Environmental Protection said, "Weiss and Butler have written a delightful, informative, and readable book… it may be the only one of its kind and should be added to everyone's nature library." A wine and cheese reception with Q&A following the interview, discounted copies of the book and a book signing will round out the evening.
This event is co-sponsored by Hackensack Riverkeeper, Puffin Foundation and Teaneck Creek Conservancy. There is a $10 suggested donation.
Puffin Cultural Forum is located at 20 Puffin Way. Call 201-836-3499 or visit www.PuffinCulturalForum.org.
The Puffin Cultural Forum is a project of the Puffin Foundation, Ltd. which, through the arts, encourages dialog about issues important to the community. The Puffin Foundation, Ltd. underwrites this and all other Puffin Cultural Forum events and programs in order to make it possible for everyone to attend.