Byline: By KARL MEYER

Thank you Councilor Renaud

9/6/19

As a white guy — one not thin-skinned — I would like to thank City Council President Renaud for her years of service to the town. I’m not at all...

Sturgeon revival on the Connecticut

6/27/19

Something remarkable occurred below Turners Falls this May: four dozen federally endangered Connecticut River shortnose sturgeon were discovered at...

At 2:41 p.m. on May 20, 2018, a lone blueback herring appeared in the windows at Turners Falls Dam among a school of larger American shad. It was a...

Is FirstLight Power Resources attempting an end run around the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission relicensing process for its Northfield Mountain...

Congress shall allow no law turning childhood into a nightmare.Enough.The time has come for our country to end the gun slaughter and return...

My Turn: Importance of protecting fish

11/21/17

It’s been decades since migratory fish on New England’s Great River got a break — bleak since deregulation came to federally licensed electricity...

A fragile legacy clings to life in the Connecticut River at Turners Falls just downstream of where the Great Falls Discovery Center perches above...

It’s sink or swim time on the Connecticut River at Turners Falls for the National Marine Fisheries Service, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and...

Canadian investors are looking to purchase the Connecticut River, cheap and quick. Canada’s Public Sector Pension Investment Board bought up the...

Since time began rivers have been the Earth’s arteries — the foundation of its ecosystems. Here in New England, it’s “last chance” time for our...

A May 25 photo posted on American Whitewater’s website shows state Secretary of the Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs Matthew...

My Turn/Meyer: Where are our fish?

6/17/16

I’d like to change the name of a Commonwealth agency. What would you think about the Massachusetts Division of “Manufactured” Fisheries and...



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