Roving Cyclists Help Fair Haven Grow | New Haven IndependentJul 29th, 2011 | By Environmental Headlines -- CT environmental news | Category: Featured Story
Tara Escudero and four other students and recent graduates are in New Haven this week as part of the New England Climate Summer, an internship program run by the Better Future Project, a Massachusetts-based nonprofit supporting an end to the burning of fossil fuels. Traveling by bike in small teams, student interns visit communities and work with local groups supporting sustainability and energy solutions.
The Rhode Island and Connecticut unit, one of six teams totaling 31 students, was at the Clinton Avenue School in Fair Haven Thursday morning working on a garden-building project sponsored by Grow New Haven, one of many groups the students have worked with during their travels.
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