Burroughs Nature Club to hear about impact of C.M. Shipman – News-Herald


The Burroughs Nature Club will host a free, digital program at 7 p.m.,, Nov. 19.

Mary Huey, a long-time Burroughs member, will current “Looking Back to See Ahead — Exploring the Writings of C.M. Shipman.”

When C.M. Shipman moved to Willoughby from Staten Island in 1917, he introduced an consciousness and curiosity about his pure environment that may impact the folks of this area for years to come, in accordance to a information launch. Some of this efforts resulted within the creation of Mentor Marsh, Hach-Otis Preserve, and, finally Gulley Brook Metropark.

As the keepers of the Shipman/Pallister heritage, Dan and Carol Fishwick have combed by his images and Huey has chosen excerpts from his writings and journals to create a presentation to present perception into the person who was a mannequin of motion for Burroughs Nature Club.

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