Rosalyn Shaoul and Libby Mills would like to invite the public to the launch of their new book, “The Windmill Hill Pinnacle Association’s Story: How did they get all that land?” The program will consist of the screening of a 15-minute documentary by Wendy Wallas (including clips from interviews with the founders), an introduction to the book by Rosalyn and Libby, readings of several excerpts, and a Q&A.
The event is free and open to the public. The book will be available in exchange for a donation of $25 or more to the WHPA Heritage Campaign.
Through interviews with the founders and leaders of the Windmill Hill Pinnacle Association (WHPA) and further research, the authors have compiled a history of the many acquisitions that have created our glorious ridgeline reserve. The book tells an extraordinary story of how the WHPA, founded in 1992, came to encompass nearly 2,100 acres over the next 27 years.