Miranda Linsky ’15 wants to teach you about forestry:
Come watch the first episode of the Forest Service Centennial film, The Greatest Good, which looks at the conservation movement and the growth of forests and forestry in the early 20th century!
The film runs about an hour. Afterwards, enjoy **REFRESHMENTS** and add your voice to a warm discussion about protecting and stewarding forests and parks in Connecticut and America.
Meet at the Center for Community Partnerships (Allbritton 3rd floor) at 5:45 pm! Transportation is provided.
Please email wescfpa(at)gmail if you have any questions or would like to be added to the mailing list for future events.
Date: Today, March 1
Time: 6:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
Place: 16 Meriden Road, Rockfall, CT 06481
One of the biggest accomplishments of the WSA last year, at least from my perspective, was getting the M-Link to stop on campus. The “M-Link Middletown/Meriden Connection” is a bus service provided by Middletown Area Transit (MAT). For a town that’s loosely in the middle of New York and Boston, loosely in the middle of New Haven and Hartford, and even has middle in it’s name, you ironically can’t seem to get anywhere without a car.
With the introduction of M-Link, you can now easily access shopping areas like Washington Plaza, the Westfield Mall, and the ever controversial Walmart for $1.25 (in change). Thats a dollar less than in New York, 75 cents less than in San Francisco, and 25 cents less than on-board in Boston–more money to waste. If you really want to get away from Wes, you can get to the Meriden Station and catch Amtrak six days a week.
Because the MAT web site does not appear to have an updated schedule, below is the new timetable. Note that all times are approximate, and you should arrive five minutes early to be safe. [Please click ‘Read More’ if you’re viewing this from the Wesleying homepage.]
[Schedule provided by WSA’s Zach Malter ’13]