July 11, 2023

HMM 07 – 10 – 23

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine:

We begin with Mark Dunlea exploring the extreme and devastating weather with Pete Sikora, Climate and Inequality Campaigns Director at New York Communities for Change.

Then, Sina Basila Hickey talks with Waterfall Unity Alliance members about the significance of returning Mohawk to their ancestral homelands.

Later on, Brea Barthel gets recommendations on four beach or rainy-day reads from Laurie Dreyer of Troy Public Library.

After that, back to Sina for an interview with artist-in-residence Isidora Fernandez who is giving the workshop “Forensic River” at the Sanctuary’s NATURE Lab in Troy this Wednesday, July 12th.

Finally, we turn again to the extreme weather and other topics with retired National Weather Service meteorologist Hugh Johnson.

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