North Fork Works 2016

Links to North Fork Works programs 2012, 20132014 and 2015 and to Southold Historical Society to learn about the North Fork’s past and present.

 

Laura Klahre, scientist, bee farmer, owner of Blossom Meadow Farm and Southold resident, talks about pollination, native bees and their existential importance.  (WPKN, re-broadcast March 2, 2016.  Produced by Tony Ernst.)

 

Lillian Ball, ecological artist, activist and Southold, NY resident, talks about WATERWASH, and how it protects our waters and creates habitat through wetlands restoration, stormwater remediation and native plants.  (WPKN, November 2, 2016. Produced by Tony Ernst.)

 

Dr. John Rasweiler, Cutchogue resident, talks about ticks and tick-borne diseases on Long Island and Connecticut. (Produced by Tony Ernst and re-broadcast on WPKN on October 5, 2016.)

 

After his older brother died of a heroin overdose, 27-year old Laurel resident Paul Maffetone founded Michael’s Hope to combat the heroin epidemic on the North Fork and beyond. (WPKN, September 7, 2016.  Produced by Tony Ernst.)

 

Southold architect Anne Surchin talks about the importance of preserving and restoring buildings  and the integral role played by architects in these projects. (WPKN, July 6, 2016.  Produced by Tony Ernst.)

 

Gail Horton, North Fork Native and Greenport resident, talks about growing up on the North Fork and describes her work as historian, chronicler, writer and artist.  (WPKN, June 1, 2016.  Produced by Tony Ernst.)

 

Catherine Muth of Greenport talks about her chronic battle with Lyme disease and how it has changed not only the arc of her life but her very self. (WPKN, May 4, 2016.  Produced by Tony Ernst.)

 

Diana (Dinni) Gordon, political scientist, Greenport resident talks about her book Village of Immigrants, Latinos in an Emerging America (Rutgers University Press, 2015), the story of Latino immigration to Greenport, NY and to small town America. (WPKN, April 6, 2016.  Produced by Tony Ernst.)

 

Laura Klahre, scientist, bee farmer, owner of Blossom Meadow Farm and Southold resident, talks about pollination, native bees and their existential importance.  (WPKN, March 2, 2016.  Produced by Tony Ernst.)

 

Bob Jester, first heard in March, 2012 as the second program in the then new North Fork Works series. Born and bred in Greenport, Bob talks about his life as a chimney sweep, educator, scientist and volunteer fireman. (WPKN, February 3, 2016.  Produced by Tony Ernst)

 

 

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