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Earth Matters : Keeping nature intact for all in the CT River Valley

By Laurie Sanders

If you’re interested in natural history, the Connecticut River Valley is a great place to live. The combination of geology, hydrology, human history and climate create a remarkable diversity of habitats. In Northampton, where most of my conservation work has focused, you can explore 40 different types of natural communities — from rocky summits and cliffs to open marshes, floodplain forests and rivers.

Published in Earth Matters on November 21, 2020.

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