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A Time to Be Grateful

From Thanksgiving through New Year’s, we at CFE/Save the Sound are reflecting on the many aspects of our work, the people involved, and the environmental movement as a whole for which we’re grateful.

From the volunteers who get their hands dirty testing water for bacteria to our interns working behind-the-scenes to make programs run smoothly to the supporters like you who keep our work possible, we’re beyond grateful to all of you! We hope you enjoy this weekly blog series over the next few weeks about what we’re grateful for, and would love to hear your contributions too! Check back every week for a new post.

First post: And the Power of the People Don’t Stop

Second post: Volunteers in the Thick of It

Third post: (Stream)banking on Volunteers

Fourth post: Lorax of the Alewife

Fifth post: Conserving Lands Together

Sixth post: Students who Love Science

Seventh post: Thanks to Our Members

Eighth post: A Healthy Sound for 2016

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7 thoughts on “A Time to Be Grateful

  1. Pingback: A time to be grateful: Part 2 | Green Cities Blue Waters

  2. Pingback: A Time to Be Grateful: (Stream)banking on Volunteers | Green Cities Blue Waters

  3. Pingback: A time to be grateful: The Lorax of the Alewife | Green Cities Blue Waters

  4. Pingback: A Time to Be Grateful: Conserving Lands Together | Green Cities Blue Waters

  5. Pingback: A Time to Be Grateful: Students who Love Science | Green Cities Blue Waters

  6. Pingback: A Time to Be Grateful: Thanks to Our Members | Green Cities Blue Waters

  7. Pingback: A Time to Be Grateful: A Healthy Sound for 2016 | Green Cities Blue Waters

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