Five Devil’s Den Readings upcoming for February and March

By JW Sinton

Devil’s Den to Lickingwater has gotten a really lovely, warm reception — full houses at all events, and we had to turn away many at the door. So, we’re scheduling a bunch more presentations. I’m really looking forward to seeing our MRGI folk out there. We’ve scheduled five Devil’s Den to Lickingwater […]

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Correction: Leeds Event is Wednesday January 9th

By JW Sinton

Apologies, MRGI folk, I gave you the wrong date for the Leeds event, which is Wednesday January 9th, 7:00 at Leeds School with a snow date of Thursday January 10th. There’s no event on Jan. 6th, a Sunday. Thanks for your patience, John

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Schedule for Devil’s Den to Lickingwater Presentations

By JW Sinton

Dear Mill River Lovers, Forgive my barging into your homes this holiday season. I was talking with several MRGI members lately, who told me that they would like to know about reading events for our Mill River book, Devil’s Den to Lickingwater: The Mill River Through Landscape and History. I hope […]

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Autumn 2018 Newsletter

By JW Sinton

Hello Autumn! Hello Mill River Community! Hoping this finds you refreshed by the crisp weather and busily battening down the hatches for the winter ahead.  We three humble co-conspirators at the MRGI continue our diligent efforts to celebrate and elevate our river. To wit… Mill River, the Book We were […]

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Devil’s Den to Lickingwater Book Launch

By JW Sinton

  Devil’s Den to Lickingwater: The Mill River Through Landscape and History tells the multifaceted tale of the Mill River in Western Massachusetts, from its emergence after the glaciers 20,000 years ago to the present. This is in fact the story of New England, and much of America, as told by […]

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Early Summer Newsletter

By JW Sinton

The happiest of early summertimes to you, dear Mill River friends! We are experiencing such a surge of interest and support for Mill River work that we’re beginning to burst with pride at the seams of our all-too-small workforce garment (namely Gaby, John, and Neal). Let’s get to the news: […]

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Wild & Scenic FilmFest April 14

By JW Sinton

13 Dynamic Short Films from 2:30 to 5:30 at Smith College, Wright Hall, Weinstein Auditorium MRGI is thrilled to partner with a great group of environmental organizations for an Earth Day film festival organized by the Westfield Watershed and Wild & Scenic River folks, hosted by the Center for the […]

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Winter Newsletter

By JW Sinton

Dear Mill River Rats, The happiest of New Years to you and to our amazing river! Once again, Williamsburg and the upper watershed leads the way in accomplishments and will continue to be our chief focus over the next year. But first, some quick updates: We’re thrilled to co-sponsor with […]

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Big News in Burgy: and a chance to participate!

By nealb

The Williamsburg Mill River Greenway Committee invites you to a public Community Forum next Sunday, April 30, from 2-4pm at the Haydenville Town Offices. Last week, the Burgy Greenway project — a shared use path along the river connecting the villages of Haydenville and Williamsburg — was awarded a MA […]

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2017 Winter News

By JW Sinton

It’s been three months since we last corresponded with you, dear MRGI supporters, and, after a Dam Walk and wonderful winter celebration to cap off a productive 2016, we’ve caught our breath and are ready to head into springtime. The Leeds-Haydenville Connection: Our happiest news is the completion of the […]

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