March 28, 2024

HMM 03 – 27 – 24

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine:

First, Mark Dunlea talks with Food and Water Watch about the effort to stop a new type of fracking in New York.

Then, for our peace bucket, Mark Dunlea gets an update on the United National Anti-War Coalition.

Later on, in this week’s “Armao On The Brink,” we hear about why young people are still interested in journalism.

After that, we speak with Pete Tridish about working in Puerto Rico on solar power.

Finally, Water Justice Lab interviews NATURE Lab artist-in-resident Ipi Fernandez.

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