Mollie on Bats and the Wild, Cape Vincent and Hammond, NY

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Mollie Matteson, Conservation Advocate for the Center for Biological Diversity, works for the protection and restoration of wild places, native ecosystems, and imperiled species in the Northeast. Before joining the Center in 2007, she was deputy director of Forest Watch, a New England-based group, for five years, where she helped establish new wilderness on the Green Mountain National Forest, worked to reduce off-road abuses on public lands, and advocated for landscape-scale conservation across the region. Mollie also spent almost two decades in the northern Rockies and Pacific Northwest as an activist, writer, editor, educator, wildlife biologist, and wilderness ranger. She holds a bachelor of science in zoology and a master’s in wildlife biology from the University of Montana. WWR is honored to speak with her about the impacts of industrial development on bats and wildlife habitat.
 
Mary Hamilton, Donna Essegian and Hester Chase will discuss Hammond, NY and Cape Vincent, NY situation.  The fighting has been fierce and continues even now as these communities try to preserve their precious environments.
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