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Wednesday, December 31 1969

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Still Time to Sign Up for NESEA Spring Classes

Adapted from Northeast Sustainable Energy Association (NESEA) press releases:

If you want to take any of NESEA's spring 2015 BuildingEnergy Masters Series courses, including the two that begin Monday, you're in luck.  According to their website, spots are still available for Zero Net Energy Homes with Marc Rosenbaum, Building Energy Analytics with Andy Shapiro, and Passive House Design with Mike Duclos.

Learn About Proposed Erving State Forest Project

Adapted from a Massachusetts Department of Conservation & Recreation (DCR) press release:

The Department of Conservation and Recreation's (DCR) Bureau of Forestry will be hosting a public meeting to discuss a forest management project in the Erving State Forest this Thursday, February 26th, at 6PM.  The proposed project entails mostly the conversion of red pine plantations to native forest species using even age forestry techniques.

Sacred Spaces 18

The Art of Tom Swetland

This episode features the art of Tom Swetland, owner and proprietor of Federal Street Books, accompanied by public domain avant-garde music by A-Fe.

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Battling Invasives, Part 2

January 16, 2015

Our look at the removal of harmful invasive species of plants from our area concludes with a focus on bittersweet and how it can affect a younger forest.

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Battling Invasives, Part 1

January 15, 2015

Professionals and volunteers are working hard to clear harmful invasive species of plants from our area.

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Sacred Spaces 17

Abdul Baki, Creation

Local musician Abdul Baki performs his latest original piano composition as accompaniment to beautiful images of nature.

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Mass Environmental Trust Supports Water Protection Work

Adapted from a Franklin Regional Council of Governments (FRCOG) press release:

Local residents who wonder what the Commonwealth’s “Preserve the Trust” environmental license plates support need look no further than Greenfield to see an example.  The Franklin Regional Council of Governments recently received a Mass Environmental Trust (MET) grant to reduce storm water runoff in Greenfield, with the work funded by license plate sales.

Local Bias with Karl Meyer 121514

#151 --- Recorded December 15, 2014

Host Mark Wisnewski interviews environmental journalist Karl Meyer about the Connecticut River and the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC).

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DCR Seeking Outdoor Recreation Partners

Adapted from a Massachusetts Department of Conservation & Recreation (DCR) press release:

The Department of Conservation and Recreation is seeking partners for sponsorship for programs, services, and other projects for the remainder of the 2014 - 2015 season to identify, attract, develop, and enhance quality programs and services for the benefit of the public.

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