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TLGV Announces Team Walktober 2019

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The Last Green Valley, Inc. is pleased to announce the US Army Corps of Engineers as the 2019 Team Walktober. TLGV designates one person, or team of people, to represent the best of Walktober. The U.S. Army Corps team of Michelle Cucchi, Nicole Giles, Cathy St. Andre and Glenna Vitello […]

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The Last Green Valley Asks for “Citizen Scientists” to Volunteer

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Help Improve Water Quality in The Last Green Valley Join The Last Green Valley’s Water Quality Monitoring team and become a citizen scientist. Jean Pillo, Water Quality Monitoring Coordinator for TLGV, is hosting a training on Riffle Bioassessment Water Quality Monitoring. Hundreds of water quality monitoring volunteers work throughout The […]

The Last Green Valley Announces Grant Program

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TLGV and Partners Launch Next Phase of $6.1 Million Southern New England Heritage Forest Grant Program Attention woodland landowners: Funding is available to improve woodland habitat for important bird species and to manage your woods for wildlife and people. The Last Green Valley (TLGV), the MassConn Sustainable Forest Partnership (MassConn) […]

Félix Gatineau’s History of Southbridge Revealed After A Century

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📷 A birds-eye view of the audience for Dr. Elizabeth Blood’s presentation at Jacob Edwards Library. Blood recently translated Félix Gatineau’s account of French Canadian history in Southbridge. Photo by Helen Boyle Valentino. Gatineau’s account of French Canadian history in Southbridge contains valuable historic and genealogical information, alongside humorous accounts of […]

Félix Gatineau’s Work Translated to English for The First Time

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📷 Félix watches over Main Street Southbridge at the intersection of South and Main.  Photo by Helen Boyle Valentino “In general, the book is a treasure trove of detailed historical and cultural information.” By Sarah Champagne, Managing Editor SOUTHBRIDGE – If you grew up in Southbridge, you probably know about Félix. […]