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Bill McKibben Encourages Activism

On September 20, Bill McKibben, an environmental writer recently turned activist, spoke to a packed audience of entranced Williams students and Williamstown locals at the ’62 Center. McKibben focuses his efforts on finding new ways to compel our government to enforce policies that mitigate climate change and its effects on… Continue reading »

HooRWA Summer Intern

The Hoosic River Watershed Association seeks to improve the river and the lives of those who live in its 720-square-mile catchment. Among other duties, the intern would assist in determining if bridges and culverts in the watershed are sized appropriately and allow for wildlife passage. More information Continue reading »

Log Lunch Lectures

A tradition of the Center since 1972, Log Lunches are held on Fridays during the academic year at noon. Each week, a vegetarian lunch prepared by Williams students is served, followed by a talk on an environmental topic. Continue reading »