Judy Eddy was born a Jerzey girl but headed west in her yellow VW bug soon after graduating from Drew University with a degree in French Lit and Philosophy. She honed her writing as a fundraiser for conservation and environmental organizations, and has continued to assemble sentences for a multitude of reasons, and for both real and imagined audiences. By a fluke of fate, Judy ended up back east, where she has happily remained. She lives in the lovely Berkshires with her son, Brian, and their big dog, Joey.
HeatSmart: Small can be better when it comes to heating and cooling
Regardless of the weather, a significant number of customers choose air-source heat pumps to solve “problem” areas of their living and work spaces: rooms that are hotter or cooler than the rest of
Eye on the Pipelines: Opposition gathers to network of natural gas pipelines from the ‘fracking’ fields
The pipeline proposed by Kinder Morgan would add more than 15 times the expected growth rate in natural gas consumption in New England. This pipeline is providing natural gas for export.