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Remember Autumn? After getting slammed with three feet of snow, it seems a distant memory. Really, it was just a few months ago. I’ll probably go out snowshoeing later today. But a small part of me hankers for the days … Continue reading
A new “Tales From the Trails” video has been released, this one about the Mattabesett Trail in central Connecticut. This one is close to my heart. The summer after I moved back to Connecticut from Pennsylvania, I hiked the entire … Continue reading
Here’s one of my latest videos in a series called “Tales From the Trails” which I am shooting, writing, and editing. The idea is to highlight some of the “Blue Trails” in Connecticut and promote them as destinations for people … Continue reading
I spent part of this weekend shooting another episode of “Tales From The Trails”, a project I’ve been working on since Spring. More details about that in upcoming posts, but right now I’m just recalling that I have a pretty … Continue reading
I had a fun and interesting time talking to the Connecticut Forest & Park Association’s “Winter Trails Workshop” this weekend. They asked me to present to CFPA members and folks from various land trusts and other organizations about … Continue reading
Latest video in my work with the Connecticut Forest & Park Association. I attempted to capture as much of a busy, spread-out event as I could, and used the remarks of the visiting Commissioner of the DEEP to hold it … Continue reading
My latest post for The Middletown Eye, featuring an interview with master clown Jef Johnson, can be read here. Johnson is giving a workshop this weekend in Middletown, and it’s much more zen philosophy then seltzer-in-the-face.
I have a new favorite term: “food swamp”. You may have heard of “food deserts” – neighborhoods lacking super markets or any opportunity to buy fresh, healthy food. Food swamps are neighborhoods with plenty of food – except it’s all … Continue reading
If you’re interested in Middletown development issues, I’m covering the Economic Development Committee’s monthly meetings.