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March 20, 2021 29 min
Sandy Gibson, the co-founder of Better Place Forests, joins Nichole to talk about a new way to memorialize loved ones who pass: surviving family members picking out a special tree in the Berkshires of Massachusetts or the Litchfield Hills of Connecticut, and spreading ashes underneath it. Sandy has details on how families can take part, and the company's push to promote conservation efforts in New England forests. Cathryn Edelstein, a Senior Executive-in-Residence at Emerson College's Communication Studies Department, talks with Nichole about "On The Same Page", a campaign she runs with her students to provide diverse books to students in the Boston Public Schools. You can find their work on Facebook and Instagram @onthesamepageboston.
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