Antioch University and the Transition Keene Task Force have been working hard to bring Susan Clark to speak to the Keene community for some time as part of our monthly “Transition Tuesday” education events on rebuilding a thriving, local economy...
When Hurricane Sandy last year crashed into the Northeast, one of the most populous regions of the nation, many meteorologists quickly cautioned against turning the storm into a poster child for climate change.
In 1999 or so, a group of bike enthusiasts in Keene did what people all over the country were doing, it started a community bike program dubbed Green Bikes. They were college students, high schoolers and parents.
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