Hitchcock Center’s $5.8M project to create ‘different breed’ of building gets boost

By Scott Merzback Gazette Staff Writer

Generations of area schoolchildren have learned about the natural world and environmental issues through classes, field trips and camps at the Hitchcock Center for the Environment. For U.S. Rep. James McGovern, who joined with former U.S. Rep. John Olver to tour the Hitchcock Center’s South Pleasant Street site Friday afternoon, such educational places could reduce the ignorance of elected officials who serve in Washington. Read full article…

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