Please plan to join chiltonville.org on Sunday, June 25th at 3:45-5:15 when Meg Sheehan will be talking about sand and gravel mining within Plymouth, illustrating their impact to ecosystems, aquifer and Indigenous cultural sites.
Meg is a public interest environmental lawyer who grew up in Plymouth. She is currently coordinator for Community Land & Water Coalition, a project of Save the Pine Barrens based in Southeastern Massachusetts. The Coalition’s mission is to protect, preserve and steward the land and water resources of the region.
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