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Biocitizen Welcomes Brigid Ryan, Westfield River Fishways public education assistant!

Biocitizen is pleased to welcome Brigid Ryan onto the staff as our Westfield River Fishways public education assistant! Brigid is a recent graduate of UMass School of Natural Sciences (congratulations!) and a Now Voyager who surfed the waves at Punta de Lobos, explored the green canyons of the midlands and then climbed the Andes in Chile…

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Biocitizen welcomes Sara Rossmassler, new board member!

Biocitizen is delighted to announce that Sara Rossmassler is a newly seated board member. Sara has long supported our Field Environmental Philosophy school and enjoyed having her son, Branch, share some of things he has learned about our biome as they hike and paddle together. Knowing she brings a great love of nature and concern…


Biocitizen welcomes Phoebe Gelbard, new board member!

Biocitizen is so pleased to announce that one of our most talented Field Environmental Philosophy teachers, Phoebe Gelbard, has been seated as new board member. Her behind-the-scenes institutional knowledge will be put to use as she informs the board about what is working, and not working, as we improve our programs and enlarge our learning…

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Re-Presenting Nonotuck: The Landscape Paintings of Hitchcock and Gloman

Below you’ll find texts and images that accompanied Kurt Heidinger’s lecture on “Re-Presenting Nonotuck: The Landscape Paintings of Hitchcock and Gloman” 1) The Hitchcock’s science was their religion: “geology and the Bible speak the same language” “The undevout  geologist  is mad” “it is in the facts of the natural world that most strikingly discover to…

Re Presenting Nonotuck poster

Re-Presenting Nonotuck

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