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NE Barnraising 2014

by cfastie |

Above: The idle free zone at Jones River Landing.
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For some of us, the two-day Northeast Barnraising got started early Saturday with a high tide paddle on the Jones River. By mid morning, almost 30 members of the Public Lab community heard from Pine duBois and Karen Vale about Jones River Watershed Association and Cape Cod Bay Watch, and the rest of the day was spent in workshops on various current and emerging environmental tools. On Sunday we heard from Glorianna Davenport about the Tidmarsh Restoration Project and Living Observatory. The photos below are also in this Flickr album with a few others.
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Zack paddling upstream on the Jones River.
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Pine did not equivocate about her position on the Pilgrim nuclear plant.
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The crowd sourced these workshops for the afternoon.
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Kaya had his workshopees disassemble his thermal fishing bobs and then reassemble them, so after dark it was a little hard to find ones that worked;)
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A 30 second exposure of two thermal bobs being dragged across the frog pond later that night. Eymund has some nice photos of the deployment in his Flickr album
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On the banks of the Jones River after a great day of sharing experiences and ideas.
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On Sunday morning Glorianna presented a definitive summary of the history and status of the Tidmarsh Restoration Project & Living Observatory.
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This gathering spot was just as perfect as it appears to be.



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Thanks to everyone for coming to visit us at the Jones River Landing!


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