FIRST SATURDAY PRESENTATION SERIES: A PRESENTATION BY THE MISSOURI RIVER BIRD OBSERVATORY (MRBO)
Resources and Possibilities: Shaping a Community
We often discuss the history of Arrow Rock—architecture, styles of dress and speech, significant events. We sometimes consider how “people were tied to the land,” or how the local natural resources shaped potential, from the use of the Big Spring by travelers, to the harvesting of the rock that gives the town its name. A fascinating and unique presentation by the Missouri River Bird Observatory (MRBO) considers how the very materials and objects people made and used historically compare to those today in the contexts of sustainability, quality, aesthetics, and more. The event takes place in the Media Room of the State Historic Site—beginning at 10 am. Seating is limited. Presentation subject to change.