Our Annual Meeting: 20,000 Years of Change on Connecticut’s Shores

Date: Fri June 13, 2014
Time: 6:00 pm
Place: Lyme Public Hall, 249 Hamburg Road (Rte 156) Hamburg, CT
Contact Email: info@lymelandtrust.org
Presenter: Patrick J. Lynch
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Patrick-LynchWe are delighted to have Patrick J. Lynch as presenter at the Lyme Land Conservation Trust Annual Meeting.

Connecticut has some of New England’s most beautiful coastal environments, but our shores and marine environments also face increasing challenges from urbanization, pollution, and climate change.

Using images of his beautiful illustrations, Patrick J. Lynch will present a talk about the geology and biology of our coast, and place our current challenges within the context of 20,000 years of major changes in our shoreline since it was formed at the end of the Ice Age.

Lynch is a widely recognized artist, author, designer and photographer. He has received more than 40 national and international awards and honors, including a 2012 National Outdoor Book Award for A Field Guide to the Southeast Coast & Gulf of Mexico. His Manual of Ornithology, co-authored with Noble S. Proctor, won several national awards for editorial and design excellence, and is one of the most widely used texts in undergraduate and graduate ornithology courses.

He turned his attention to our own Connecticut coastline in his most recent book, Connecticut Coast & Long Island Sound, an ebook for the Apple iPad, available through the iTunes bookstore. For more about Patrick J. Lynch, click here.

Everyone is welcome. The evening will begin with casual social time and then a brief  business meeting. Members will be asked to vote for new director nominees. The presentation will follow.

Cover photo © Patrick Lynch

Patrick-LynchWe are delighted to have Patrick J. Lynch as presenter at the Lyme Land Conservation Trust Annual Meeting.

Connecticut has some of New England’s most beautiful coastal environments, but our shores and marine environments also face increasing challenges from urbanization, pollution, and climate change.

Using images of his beautiful illustrations, Patrick J. Lynch will present a talk about the geology and biology of our coast, and place our current challenges within the context of 20,000 years of major changes in our shoreline since it was formed at the end of the Ice Age.

Lynch is a widely recognized artist, author, designer and photographer. He has received more than 40 national and international awards and honors, including a 2012 National Outdoor Book Award for A Field Guide to the Southeast Coast & Gulf of Mexico. His Manual of Ornithology, co-authored with Noble S. Proctor, won several national awards for editorial and design excellence, and is one of the most widely used texts in undergraduate and graduate ornithology courses.

He turned his attention to our own Connecticut coastline in his most recent book, Connecticut Coast & Long Island Sound, an ebook for the Apple iPad, available through the iTunes bookstore. For more about Patrick J. Lynch, click here.

Everyone is welcome. The evening will begin with casual social time and then a brief  business meeting. Members will be asked to vote for new director nominees. The presentation will follow.

Cover photo © Patrick Lynch


Patrick-LynchWe are delighted to have Patrick J. Lynch as presenter at the Lyme Land Conservation Trust Annual Meeting.

Connecticut has some of New England’s most beautiful coastal environments, but our shores and marine environments also face increasing challenges from urbanization, pollution, and climate change.

Using images of his beautiful illustrations, Patrick J. Lynch will present a talk about the geology and biology of our coast, and place our current challenges within the context of 20,000 years of major changes in our shoreline since it was formed at the end of the Ice Age.

Lynch is a widely recognized artist, author, designer and photographer. He has received more than 40 national and international awards and honors, including a 2012 National Outdoor Book Award for A Field Guide to the Southeast Coast & Gulf of Mexico. His Manual of Ornithology, co-authored with Noble S. Proctor, won several national awards for editorial and design excellence, and is one of the most widely used texts in undergraduate and graduate ornithology courses.

He turned his attention to our own Connecticut coastline in his most recent book, Connecticut Coast & Long Island Sound, an ebook for the Apple iPad, available through the iTunes bookstore. For more about Patrick J. Lynch, click here.

Everyone is welcome. The evening will begin with casual social time and then a brief  business meeting. Members will be asked to vote for new director nominees. The presentation will follow.

Cover photo © Patrick Lynch

Patrick-LynchWe are delighted to have Patrick J. Lynch as presenter at the Lyme Land Conservation Trust Annual Meeting.

Connecticut has some of New England’s most beautiful coastal environments, but our shores and marine environments also face increasing challenges from urbanization, pollution, and climate change.

Using images of his beautiful illustrations, Patrick J. Lynch will present a talk about the geology and biology of our coast, and place our current challenges within the context of 20,000 years of major changes in our shoreline since it was formed at the end of the Ice Age.

Lynch is a widely recognized artist, author, designer and photographer. He has received more than 40 national and international awards and honors, including a 2012 National Outdoor Book Award for A Field Guide to the Southeast Coast & Gulf of Mexico. His Manual of Ornithology, co-authored with Noble S. Proctor, won several national awards for editorial and design excellence, and is one of the most widely used texts in undergraduate and graduate ornithology courses.

He turned his attention to our own Connecticut coastline in his most recent book, Connecticut Coast & Long Island Sound, an ebook for the Apple iPad, available through the iTunes bookstore. For more about Patrick J. Lynch, click here.

Everyone is welcome. The evening will begin with casual social time and then a brief  business meeting. Members will be asked to vote for new director nominees. The presentation will follow.

Cover photo © Patrick Lynch