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Wednesday, December 31 1969

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Greenfield Public Library Speaker Series --- Pollinators Need Help Now

#22 --- June 13, 2017

Native bees and butterflies face many threats to their existence but consultant Tom Sullivan can teach you how to brighten the future for these critically important and beneficial insects.

River Restoration

By: 
KarenShapiro
June 8, 2017

The first step in protecting local waterways, and restoring them after natural disasters, is to learn more about them.

Bee-ing Good Stewards

By: 
Philippe Simon
June 5, 2017

Former Governor Deval Patrick came to town this weekend to honor local bee-friendly gardeners while volunteers from Greenfield's Second Congregational Church educated the community about pollinators & sustainability.

2017 Bee Fest Pollinator Awards

Recorded June 3, 2017

This is the full ceremony, during which former Governor Deval Patrick recognized owners of the best local pollinator gardens.

Helpful Harvest

By: 
KarenShapiro
February 1, 2017

Meet some of the folks who are working to keep Greenfield's forested land diverse and healthy.

UMass RiverSmart Report Released

Recorded December 2, 2016

In this presentation, the UMass-Amherst Geosciences Department RiverSmart Team explains how to prevent some of the damage caused by extreme weather events like Hurricane Irene.  The key, they say, is to adopt building and planning practices that allow rivers to behave more naturally.

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Water Hazard

By: 
KarenShapiro
December 7, 2016

Two local scientists are working to lessen the impacts of flooding during major storms.

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Sacred Spaces 19

Pocumtuck Homelands Festival

This episode features a montage of images from the Pocumtuck Homelands Festival with a music bed composed of live performances by native groups at the event.

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Greenfield Public Library Speaker Series --- Wendy Johnston

#6 --- July 1, 2015

This month's First Wednesday lecture was given by Wendy Johnston who, in 2013, hiked the entire 2,700 miles of the Pacific Crest Trail from the US/Mexican border to the US/Canadian border through California, Oregon, & Washington. This is the same trail that Cheryl Strayed wrote about in her book Wild.

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