Northern Pass Panel Discussion at The Power of Place Premier on March 11th

The Power of Place: Northern Pass Documentary

Sentiments run strong opposing Northern Pass in Stewartstown, New Hampshire. (Jerry Monkman)

There are only about 70 tickets left for the premier screening of The Power of Place at Red River Theatres in Concord, NH on March 11th. We are expecting this screening to sell out or come close to it.

As part of the premier, we will be following the film with a Q & A session, with a portion dedicated to film making questions directed to me and my associate producer Kari Post, and another portion where you can ask questions about Northern Pass itself of our three panelists: Rob Werner, Concord City Councilor, Susan Arnold, Vice President of Conservation at the Appalachian Mountain Club, and Jack Savage, Vice President of Communications and Outreach at The Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests. One reason I chose Concord for the premier is because of all the communities impacted by Northern Pass, Concord has the most acres where the new power lines and towers will be visible. This is a great opportunity for Concord area residents to find out how Northern Pass may impact their city.

At 6:30 p.m., we will be having a reception with some yummy apps provided by local restaurants. Beer and wine will be on sale as well. The film will be screened at 7:00 p.m., with the discussion to start at 8:00. The evening is sponsored by Green Concord.

I still have a few limited edition movie posters available, which you can see here: https://ecophotography.com/the-power-of-place/#dvdposter

And if you have yet to do so, please like the film’s Facebook Page and help spread the word. Thanks!

Cheers!
-Jerry

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