1. Joemily Collazo from the Elmwood Community Center shares why she attends SCLT's annual Plant Sale.

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    from Southside Community Land Trust Added 9 1 0

    Urban ag guru Joemily Collazo wants you to attend SCLT's Plant Sale: It's the perfect place to learn about, start or add to your garden. Come this Sat. or Sun., May 16-17, from 10 am – 2 pm, 168 West Clifford St. (SCLT members can ener at 9 am on Sat.)

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    • "Greenway Heroes: Profiles In Land Conservation" (FineCut)

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      This is the NEARLY completed 10-minute film spotlighting four people in the Nashua River watershed and why they chose to conserve their land for the public good, forever. The four "greenway heroes" include: Tom Jarvela, Leigh Hudson and her son Christopher Zins, and Harley Holden. We also hear from citizen leader and Nashua River advocate, Marion Stoddart. BACKGROUND In the 1960s the Nashua River was declared one of the 10 most polluted rivers in the United States. Years of industrial waste, local dumping, and neglect threatened to remove this river from our lives forever. Around that time, housewife Marion Stoddart moved to the area with her family, so close to the river they could smell its noxious fumes. Looking for deeper purpose to her life, she took on the biggest challenge she could find—cleaning up the Nashua. Marion Stoddart organized a massive citizen effort to rescue the river. She lobbied successfully for legislation, including the landmark Massachusetts Clean Waters Act. She petitioned the Federal government for millions of dollars of promised funds to fight the pollution—and won. Her dramatic success in mobilizing the community showed people that change was possible, even though many had lost hope. The Nashua River is now an internationally recognized environmental success story and a locally celebrated natural resource. Yet, as Marion reminds us, "The work will never be done, the river could go back to being as bad as it was. We will always need watchdogs and stewards." This film was created to support Marion's unwavering resolve to complete a greenway along the Nashua and its tributaries. "Together — the river, with its protective greenway, would provide a corridor for wildlife to move; it would provide natural flood storage and a buffer from pollution; and it would be a place where people could come and enjoy being next to the river, in the river, or on the river for education and recreation." ~ Marion Stoddart

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      • Full animation explains standard conservation easement along with Main's alternative easement

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        from Chuck Schultz Added 33 1 0

        Animation piece describes a standard conservation easement and differences found in the Main's Affirmative AG easement.

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        • Jeff Main, Kendra Johnson and Paul Muller discuss the Main's easement

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          Jeff Main, Kendra Johnson and Paul Muller discuss the Main's easement.

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          • Rich Leavy pt 1

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            Former Full Belly farm manager Rich Leavy addresses access to good farmland.

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            • THE LAST CROP - Jeff Breaks explains a conservation easement

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              Scene from our THE LAST CROP

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              • February 23rd, 2013 LTMS Basic seminar testimonial

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                Land Trusts Made Simple-Mr. Land Trust Video

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                • Kestrel Land Trust, 2012 highlights

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                  YouTube Description: The Kestrel Land Trust was founded in 1970 as a charitable trust dedicated to local land conservation in Amherst. Today our service area includes a 19-town region in the central Connecticut River Valley radiating out from Amherst and Northampton. This past year we saved thousands of acres of farmland and wildlife habitat. Our goal is to co-create a long-term sustainable community and economy with plentiful, locally grown food, and lots of opportunities for outdoor recreation and adventures with non-human creatures on land, in the water and in the air. Check us out at: www.kestreltrust.org Robert A. Jonas uploaded this video. He is Chair of the Kestrel Board. The background music is licensed to him by Smartsound.com Music (licensed to Robert A. Jonas) is: Pleasant Valley (SS_56906) Album: Emotional Depth Publisher: SSI Music Publishing (ASCAP) 100.0% Source: SmartSound Software

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                  • The Human Footprint in the American West

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                    This EcoWest presentation examines land-use patterns in the American West and explains how humans are impacting the landscape through population growth, energy development, and other activities. Learn more at EcoWest.org

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                    • RI Land Trust Days Kickoff Celebration on Neutaconkanut Hill

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                      Kick-off celebration of the First Rhode Island Land Trust Days with Providence Mayor Taveras, RI Land Trust Council Director Rupert Friday and Neutaconkanut Hill Conservancy Founder and President Elli Panichas. Followed by some history about Neutaconkanut Hill by John McNiff, National Park Ranger for Roger Williams National Monument. August 10, 2012

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