… and the rest of the week when you show ’em your INCITY TIMES NEWSPAPER COUPON AD! They’re by the GRAND TRUNK! 20% off!!! WOO HOO!!!!
Cool summer stuff happening in our city!
THE OUTDOOR GRILL OPEN ‘TIL 3 A.M. AT THE BOULEVARD DINER ON SHREWSBURY STREET!
THE BROADWAY AT 100 WATER ST. – FOR TERRIFIC HOMEMADE BREAKFASTS AND ICE CREAM!
Now MAKERS OF HOT SAUCE! … and HELP THEM HARVEST at their urban farm on Oread St.!!!
YouthGROW is off to a strong start with a first batch of Drop it Like it’s Hot Sauce™ made, a fun and energizing orientation camping trip under their belts, and their first week of working in the urban farms underway.
This crew of 34 awesome youth will surely be making a difference this summer!
**WANT TO HELP HARVEST ON THE YouthGROW FARM?**
Join us on Mondays from 2-5 pm
63 Oread St., Main South
All of the produce will go to our Mobile Market to be delivered to 16 different sites around Worcester!
GO, CLARKIES, GO!!
July 14: Clark University geographers share tree-health findings!
The Clark University HERO Fellows will share with area stakeholders, residents, and other scientists important findings from their continued analysis of tree survivorship, focusing on trees planted by the Worcester Tree Initiative and the Department of Conservation and Recreation, including trees on public streets.
This annual Stakeholder Summit Research Presentation will be from 9 to 11:30 a.m. Thursday, July 14, in Room 133, Jefferson Academic Center, Main and Woodland Streets. It is free and open to the public.
This Summit is an opportunity for Clark undergraduate researchers to present findings from their summer research and beyond, to receive vital feedback from stakeholders and to discuss next steps.
The Human-Environment Regional Observatory (HERO) program is a unique undergraduate-graduate-faculty experience that engages in research on human-environment relationships in Massachusetts. HERO Fellows conduct hands-on research, learning how to use various research methods, including GIS, remote sensing, geostatistical modeling, interviews and focus groups. Their work, conducted under the mentorship of Clark University faculty, often leads to scholarly publications and presentations at academic conferences across the United States.
The HERO program reflects the human-environment research focus that is a hallmark of the Graduate School of Geography at Clark University.
ICT editor Rosalie LOVES Worcester, her hometown … her forever home! … See?
Go, Worcester, go!!!!!
Pics/text: Rosalie Tirella