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Growing nuts a long-term project for this Cummington farm

Sep 24 2021
Growing nuts a long-term project for this Cummington farm “Seva and Kalyan Water are practical idealists. The two live with their toddler son, Rohan, at Nutwood Farm in Cummington.
The 7-acre tract looked a bit wild — one might even say scruffy — when I visited recently. The scruffiness is intentional. The Waters purchased [continue reading]

Florence Utopian Bike Tour set for Saturday

Sep 21 2021
Florence Utopian Bike Tour set for Saturday “In the early to mid 1840s there was a utopian society based in Florence committed to radical abolition and gender equality: The Northampton Association of Education and Industry.
Now, The Friends of Northampton Trails and the David Ruggles Center for History and Education are partnering to offer [continue reading]

Mass Appeal: Slow cooker ratatouille

Sep 13 2021
Mass Appeal, September 8, 2021
Claire Morenon, from CISA, – is here to share her recipe for slow cooker ratatouille!
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How much rain will Western Massachusetts see in September?

Sep 7 2021
How much rain will Western Massachusetts see in September?
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Cooler weather signals return of the fall hunting season

Sep 6 2021
Cooler weather signals return of the fall hunting season “The return of cooler weather also means the return of the fall hunting season in Massachusetts.
Early Canada goose hunting began on Sept. 1, black bear hunting season opens statewide on Sept. 7, while pheasant hunting season opens Oct. 16.
Archery deer and turkey [continue reading]

How homeowners can protect their houses from mold and flooding

Sep 3 2021
How homeowners can protect their houses from mold and flooding “It seems mold concerns are sweeping the area. Several schools and city buildings that are impacted are now closed. Western Mass News caught up with an expert who said Wednesday’s rain may only make the ongoing problem worse.” See the full story at [continue reading]

What new food is at the Big E 2021? First look at the crazy burgers, fried foods and a speakeasy

Sep 2 2021
What new food is at the Big E 2021? First look at the crazy burgers, fried foods and a speakeasy “The  Big E 2021 will soon be upon us. Fortunately, we’re getting a fair warning of the crazy new foods that will be looming over our digestive systems in the coming weeks.” See the [continue reading]

United Way Of Pioneer Valley Opens Volunteer Signups For Day Of Caring 2021

Sep 1 2021
United Way Of Pioneer Valley Opens Volunteer Signups For Day Of Caring 2021 “The United Way of Pioneer Valley announced it has officially opened volunteer signups for Day of Caring 2021, which takes place on Friday, Sept. 24. Volunteers may sign up at  uwpv.org/doc21-events .” Learn more at BusinessWest.com. [continue reading]

Dakin Humane Society: The fulfillment of fostering

Aug 30 2021
Dakin Humane Society: The fulfillment of fostering “In a typical year, one in four animals that come to Dakin will need foster care before becoming adopted. They go into foster for several reasons; medical, behavioral, or because space is very tight at our shelter. In each case, a loving home environment is ideal for these [continue reading]

Backpack giveaway during Farmers Market in Chicopee

Aug 25 2021
Backpack giveaway during Farmers Market in Chicopee “Backpacks filled with school supplies are available to students during the Farmers Market in Chicopee.” Read the full article at: https://www.wwlp.com/news/local-news/backpack-giveaway-at-farmers-market-in-chicopee/ [continue reading]

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