“The Pollinators” features the filmmakers talking to farmers, scientists, chefs, economists and academics to give a broad perspective about the threats to honey bees and what it means for food security.
Berkshire Natural Resources Council upgrades trails for summer season Lenox — On June 10, Rep. William “Smitty” Pignatelli, D-Lenox, joined members of the Berkshire Natural Resources Council board of directors, volunteers, staff and nature trail enthusiasts to unveil a redesigned trailhead kiosk and enhanced on-trail signage at BNRC’s flagship conservation reserve, Yokun Ridge South at
The goal of the Cooler Communities Challenge is to reduce a community’s carbon footprint and improve its resilience by showcasing students’ research and activities on climate, energy and environment to inspire people to take action.
The main reason they’re giving a concert Sunday, March 10, at Darrow School is because they enjoy performing music we usually don’t associate with the BSO: folk, especially in the traditional Celtic style.
In Interfaith Celebration program will begin with a service opened by Rev. Cara Davis and officiated by Wray Gunn of the Legacy Festival and Clinton Church Restoration with a performance by Olga Dunn School of Dance and songs from local congregations.
Farming at Climbing Tree is particularly labor-intensive given its hillside location, but there is a significant upside: the view. The farm looks out on a small lake, forests and the mountainous terrain of Massachusetts.
I will be at Flying Deer Nature Day, as the proud Mama to one of 13 girls in Moon Tribe, the rites-of-passage program for girls between the ages of 11-13, designed to support girls as they move through early adolescence, learning about themselves and the world and discerning their identities as young women.
‘All in the Timing’ is directed by Mount Everett Regional High School student Charles Kerzner and the cast is comprised of students from Taconic High School, Bard College at Simon’s Rock and the Darrow School.
The ‘Resisting the Pipeline’ celebration will move to Lower Spectacle Pond/Otis State Forest in Sandisfield for a solidarity rally from 2 p.m. – 4 p.m. on Saturday, July 16, that will include musical guests Ben Grosscup, Kate O’Conner, Bonner McAllester, and Steve Adams.
‘The Nature of Glass’ is curated by Jim Schantz of Schantz Galleries and features a diverse range of media and styles, with some created in response to sources of inspiration found by the artists at Chesterwood.
Following the ribbon-cutting ceremony, members of the Stockbridge community who have donated items to the Stockbridge Library’s Museum & Archives will be present to chat with visitors about their contributions to the collection, the town, and its history.
The feature-length documentary “Sembene!” tells the story of the “father of African cinema,” self-taught novelist and filmmaker Ousmane Sembéne, who fought a 50-year battle to give African stories to Africans.