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Dr. Kimberly Stoner Featured on WPKN’s “The Forest and the Trees”

Forest Trees Podcast

CT NOFA’s Director of Advocacy, Dr. Kimberly Stoner, was recently interviewed for Melinda Tuhus’ WPKN show, “The Forest and the Trees.” Also interviewed was Maya van Rossum, the national leader for the various Green Amendment movements that are going on across the country. Their interview is archived on Soundcloud, and you can listen to it here.

From their page:

A discussion with Kim Stoner and Maya van Rossum, leaders, respectively, of the CT Environmental Rights Amendment and the national effort to get states to pass a Green Amendment, which would guarantee residents’ right to clean air, water, soil and a safe climate. Kim is director of advocacy for the CT chapter of the Northeast Organic Farming Association and a leader of the CT Climate Crisis Mobilization. Maya is leader of For the Generations and author of The Green Amendment

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