Hometown Heritage at the Carnegie Library Museum will host visiting author and Drake Professor Emeritus Neil Hamilton, for a Book Talk on his recently published title, The Land Remains: A Midwestern Perspective On Our Past and Future, at 10:00 a.m., Saturday, November 5, at the Carnegie Library Museum, 1123 Willis Avenue, Perry. Longtime director of the Drake University Agricultural Law Center, Professor Hamilton, will talk about his book and share his perspectives on agriculture and land policy, as well as his extensive knowledge of the history of conservation in Iowa, including soil health, water quality, public lands, and more. Sponsored by the Raccoon River Watershed Association, this event is free and open to the public. Plan to join the conversation - and register for a door prize - at this interesting program. Everyone is welcome!
For more information, www.RaccoonRiver.org and