This session of the radio show shares my conversation with Alan Earls, Franklin resident, local historian, and open space advocate as we recap the Charles River Meadowlands Initiative. We recorded this via the Zoom conference bridge Monday, Jan 24, 2022.
Links in the show notes include the Beta Report on the Meadowlands Initiative as well as many of the links for the reporting shared by Franklin Matters since 2016 as the initiative made progress.
The recording runs about 21 minutes, so let’s listen to this recap of the Charles River Meadowland Initiative
Home page for the Charles River Meadowlands Initiative -> https://www.charlesrivermeadowlands.org/
BETA Report finally received early 2020
Conservation Commission Annual Report for 2019 references
Info session series in 2019
Forum schedule for April 2019
BETA surveyed in 2018
ToF announces kickoff of study with $25K grant
Clean up & walk in 2018
Review of 2017 activities published in Dec 2017
Oct 2017 hike with 20+ folks
Charles River Meadowlands meeting scheduled for 2017
Library info session and children’s reading for Ground Hog day in 2017
Charles River Meadowlands and #Giving Tuesday
Meeting announcement mid-2016
Charles River walk Jan 2016
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