WOODSTOCK — The Mahoosuc Land Trust will host its third presentation in its Changing Nature series at 7 p.m. Wednesday, March 26, at the University of Maine 4-H Camp and Learning Center in Bryant Pond.

Ryder Scott, program director at the camp, will present “Changing Nature of Education for a Sustainable World,” said Jolan Ippolito, trust member.

“Our world is changing more rapidly and dramatically than ever before,” Scott said. “If we are to lay the groundwork for a sustainable society in the future, we must begin nurturing the next generation’s capacity for innovation, vision and creativity.”

According to a press release by the Mahoosuc Land Trust, Scott will “share his ideas for the education field, as well as success stories from the University of Maine 4-H Center’s innovative programs with local schools.”

Scott graduated from the College of the Atlantic and earned a master’s degree in environmental education from Prescott College. Following a stint working for Outward Bound and the Chewonki Foundation, he became the camp’s program director.

The next presentation in the Changing Nature series is April 30 with George Jacobson, a Maine state climatologist.

For more information, visit www.mahoosuc.org, or call 824-3806.

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