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ECOS to mark 40 years of green

Anniversary bash at SCCC also will cite ‘Silent Spring’

ECOS volunteers prepare to clear the cross country ski trails at Featherstonhaugh State Forest on Tuesday. Volunteers includeJack Daniels, Sheila Daniels, Mary Breitenstein, Holly Hawkes, Chet Harvey, Faith Weldon, Dana Carroll, Rich Vertigan, Kathie Armstrong, Nancy Peterson and Will Seyse.
ECOS volunteers prepare to clear the cross country ski trails at Featherstonhaugh State Forest on Tuesday. Volunteers includeJack Daniels, Sheila Daniels, Mary Breitenstein, Holly Hawkes, Chet Harvey, Faith Weldon, Dana Carroll, Rich Vertigan, Kathie Armstrong, Nancy Peterson and Will Seyse.
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Forty years ago, members of the Junior League of Schenectady started an environmental organization that has put down strong roots in the Capital Region. On Monday, ECOS: The Environmental Clearinghouse, will commemorate four decades of preserving and promoting the natural environment with a sold-out anniversary celebration at Schenectady County Community College. Founding members will be honored, along with future stewards of the planet, and the 50th anniversary of the publication of “Silent Spring” by Rachel ...


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