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CALENDAR LISTINGS FOR Tuesday, March 

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Well-being

Women's Freedom Center Presents: Healthy Relationship Workshop (via Zoom): Lively conversation on intimate partnerships and build skills for positive connections. This event is open to any relationship status. 7 - 8 p.m. Continues 3/25. Free. Zoom. Space is limited. Reserve your spot today and get the link: 802-257-7364.

Community building

River Paths for Wildlife (Online): Dr. Dave Patrick with the Nature Conservancy will discuss how the CT River offers a natural migration route for plants and animals; a capacity shown historically and with rising importance in response to climate change. Riparian areas - areas of habitat along the banks of rivers and streams - are known to be used by both and small mammals. These regions also benefit insects, birds, and other species looking for cooler, moister terrain as conditions become less habitable. Dr. Pam Hunt with NH Audubon will dive in deeper to how birds, especially waterfowl, benefit from the CT River's landscape. Migration is a challenging journey for birds, made possible by healthy stop-over sites to rest and refuel along the way. Learn about some of our common birds migration habitats, why they do it and how they arrive here year after year. 6 - 7:30 p.m. Offered by the CT River Joint Commission. Free. Online. Register: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/GRPW8QT.

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