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Local Bias with Randy Kehler

#169 --- Recorded December 11, 2017

Marian Kelner (right) kicks off her new guest hosting gig by interviewing this notable war tax resister.

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Local Bias with Marian Kelner

#168--- Recorded November 13, 2017

Host & producer Drew Hutchison welcomes back this poet, & former WMCB DJ, in preparation for her guest hosting of multiple episodes in the coming year.

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We Are the Ones Presents: Forests & Climate Change, Part 1

Recorded October 4, 2017

In the first installment of a three-part lecture series, Tufts University Professor William Moomaw recently gave a talk at GCTV entitled, "Forests, the Critical Component for Addressing Long-term Climate Change".

Her Business is Growing

By: 
KarenShapiro
August 11, 2017

By now, you may have heard that Mycoterra Farm of Westhampton is expanding its mushroom production to South Deerfield.  Let us introduce you to the woman who's the driving force behind this fungus among us.

Water They Doing?

By: 
KarenShapiro
July 14, 2017

Once again, we check in with Greenfield Department of Public Works employees to find out how they are protecting and improving the town's supply of something we can't live without.

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.

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.

Look Out for Cars!

By: 
Philippe Simon
June 2, 2017

Some Greenfield schoolchildren got a great lesson in bicycle safety this week.

Greenfield Town Council Meeting --- May 17, 2017

At last night's meeting, the council approved an amendment cutting 1% from Mayor Martin's proposed Fiscal Year 2018 Operating Budget and then passed the amended document.  In addition, they unanimously approved an ordinance creating a Civil Rights Officer position for the town.

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