Blowin’ in the Wind? by Dr. Tiffany Smythe, Assistant Professor of Maritime Policy, U.S. Coast Guard Academy Hosted by Pierce Rafferty, director Henry L. Ferguson Museum August 30, 2020. This recorded illustrated talk provides an update on offshore wind development throughout the region and shares highlights of Dr Smythe's research on the political
Regenerative Gardening (2020) Illustrated Lecture by Craig Floyd Hosted by Pierce Rafferty, director Henry L. Ferguson Museum How to Garden with Mother Nature while reducing your work load, increasing your production and nutritional quality, while also reducing your costs. Craig Floyd is a tenth generation Farmer from Stonington who currently is the Farm
Backyard Butterflies Illustrated Lecture by Kim Hargrave, Education Director Denison Pequotsepos Nature Center Hosted by Pierce Rafferty, director Henry L. Ferguson Museum Have you ever wondered what butterflies were visiting your backyard? This introduction to our backyard butterflies discusses how to attract butterflies to your yard, their important role as pollinators and provides information
PRFCT Earth PRJCT: How Gardens can save your sanity, your health and the birds too! By Edwina von Gal Hosted by Pierce Rafferty, director Henry L. Ferguson Museum In this recorded illustrated talk Edwina von Gal, landscape designer and founder of the Perfect Earth Project discusses why and how landscapes, no matter how
The Physical Science of Climate Change On Sunday, July 19, 2020 Pete Raymond, seasonal F.I. resident and professor at Yale School of the Environment, gave this illustrated talk. Directed by Marisela La Grave and Pierce Rafferty
Creating Connecticut: Critical Moments That Shaped a Great State On Sunday, July 12, 2020 Walter Woodward, Connecticut State Historian, gave this illustrated talk for the HLFM. Directed by Marisela La Grave and Pierce Rafferty
Henry L. Ferguson Museum - The Eclectic Houses of Fishers Island and Beyond by Jacob Albert (2020) Edited by Marisela La Grave and Pierce Rafferty On Sunday, July 5, 2020 Jacob Albert of Albert, Righter & Tittmann Architects, Inc., Boston, Mass., gave this illustrated talk focused on Fishers Island’s diverse, eclectic architecture.