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Fix what's broken. Save what works. Design the future!
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We have a new admissions catalog! Check it out online on Issuu: http://hubs.ly/H03TpqG0

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Check out "Permaculture for Changemakers": a workshop at the Omega Institute taught by Conway's digital design instructor Keith Zaltzberg & Abrah Dresdale '10. Takes place July 17-22. http://hubs.ly/H03tv-d0

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Conway is excited to offer a brand new workshop! "Entrepreneurship for Ecological Designers" will take place on June 29 and 30. Speakers include Wendi Goldsmith '90 and Theresa Sprague '08. Discounted for alums. Learn more and sign up at the link below. Spaces limited. http://hubs.ly/H03lM6W0

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We spotted a moose today at our hilltop campus in Conway, Massachusetts! Photo by Susan Schen '16.
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The Greenfield Recorder published a great story about our student presentations in Conway last week! You can still RSVP for presentations in Easthampton this Friday, June 3.

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Information Session and Open House in Easthampton on Wednesday, May 18 from 10:30am to 2pm: http://hubs.ly/H02Wr9l0

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The CA-based firm City Fabrick works on urban planning and public interest design projects that target environmental justice, safe streets and affordable housing. The designers focus on creating a sense of community in areas where the residents are typically not civically engaged. Their latest project, Placemaking the Vote, is an initiative to make polls places where people want to be.

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There are a variety of new apps to help identify plants in the field. What is your favorite field guide to carry with you - is it a book or an app? http://hubs.ly/H022CM50

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"ReGreen Springfield, a nonprofit organization established in 2011, is working with the regional planning commission, the Conway School, the Springfield Water and Sewer Commission and city officials in presenting a workshop on how "green" streets are better for storm water control, and can help reduce water pollution and improve air quality. Tomorrow's workshop in Springfield will provide details of work being done by Conway School of Design to develop landscape design plans for the installation of tree box filters and other green street components in Springfield." http://hubs.ly/H0244M-0
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