This video is a bit of a deviation from the matrimonial law focus you will normally find here on the FB&N website. However, if you have viewed Ken Novenstern’s video on “Hiking the Appalachian Trail” you may know that he has a passion for the outdoors. With that in mind, this presentation is an online conversation from Saw Mill River Audubon, moderated by Ken Novenstern, about local food production and the impact of climate change.
The full presentation runs about 85 minutes in length so the above video is set to start at the 15-minute mark where the main program begins and the session is handed over to the moderator, Ken Novenstern. If you would like to view the entire presentation, simply drag the timeline to the left once the video starts.
Ken Novenstern is a partner at Fredman Baken & Novenstern, LLP. With offices in Mount Kisco and White Plains, NY, the firm provides legal services including divorce, separation, custody related matters, and pre and post nuptial agreements. To learn more visit https://fbndivorcelaw.com/.