Tag Archives: Greenfield

Adapting to Change

Posted on behalf of Rachel Eckles, Media Coordinator, Team East My team and I had a very eventful day in Greenfield this past Saturday. While staying in Montague for a few days this past week, we decided to spend a … Continue reading

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Children of the Turtle Tribe

Written by Alex Hogan, Outreach Coordinator, Western Massachusetts Team,  on July 1st, 2013.                   On our first day of riding, I broke the rules.  It was raining, the road was narrow, and there … Continue reading

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Thanks for a Perspective from the Bike Seat

Posted by Alden Booth; Gill, Mass Alden Booth is the owner of the People’s Pint, a restaurant and brewery in downtown Greenfield. After meeting with them, we were more than impressed with the way that they integrated local, seasonal food … Continue reading

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Greenfield Farmer’s Market Interview

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Big City, Small-Town Feel

By Sara Orvis One thing we have loved about Greenfield is the small-town community that exists in this city of 18,500 people. After our new friends at the People’s Pint recommended that we see the Solar Store, we quickly made … Continue reading

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This Just In

By Marina Stevenson Greenfield’s welcoming atmosphere reveals itself in all aspects of the community—from the businesses we’ve interviewed, to the people who engage us in conversation on the street, to (you guessed it) the press. As the media coordinator for … Continue reading

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From Dawn to Dusk

By Lisa Purdy We started out the morning rather early: heading out, not a little bleary-eyed, at 8:30 AM. The morning was light and crisp; how could we have known? If we had, April said, “I wouldn’t have left!” This … Continue reading

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