August 23, 2022

HMM 08 – 23 – 22

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine:

We begin with Mark Dunlea’s story about the call for Congress to do a better job at protecting forests from non-native insects.

Then, we speak with Roberto Múkaro Borrero at a gathering to support a Land-Back to the Mohawk.

Later on, Willie Terry continues his conversation with EOC Community Fair Executive Director Dr. Denise Fernandez-Pallozzi.

After that, we join the Water Justice Lab as they visit the Wastewater Treatment Plant.

Finally, we go into our archives to share a segment by Meghan Marohn, our producer who is still missing. We continue to keep her in our consciousness.

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