Editorial: Green Light for Hitchcock

When the Hitchcock Center for the Environment asked around about its future, it found its supporters are bullish. They want the nonprofit Amherst organization, which works with an estimated 4,500 public school students a year, to step up and help us all here in the Valley live in sync with natural resources. To make room for that future, the center plans a move and a building project that, in one stroke, will put it in a new alliance with Hampshire College and, through construction of an energyefficient home, allow it to stand with its environmental principles. Read full article…

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