Quincy Credit Union Business Banking Manager Myles Proe joins the podcast to discuss business banking, the Quincy Credit Union branch coming to Marshfield and what's the best piece of advice he's been given from a business perspective.
Executive Director of the Brain Aneurysm Foundation Christine Buckley joins the podcast to discuss the history of the organization and who it serves.
In this episode Sara Grady talks to Patty Cuozzi, who has been volunteering to count river herring in Pembroke since 2014. They encounter some wildlife and discussed how spending ten minutes doing a herring count offers a priceless opportunity to connect with nature.
Executive Director of The South Shore Food Bank Pamela Denholm joins the podcast to talk about the evolution of the Food Bank, how it works with local food banks and how people can support the organization.
Sand and rocks at the beach are always moving and changing the shape of our coast, whether quickly during storms or more slowly during seasonal cycles. One simple way to track these changes is through beach profiling, where the slope of the beach is measured perpendicular to the water line. Sara spoke to Annie O'Connell from the UMass Stone Living Lab, who coordinated a volunteer beach profiling effort along the eastern Massachusetts coast, and also some of the volunteers that have been measuring the slope of Duxbury Beach on a regular basis.
In this episode we talk to Kathy Harrington about her experiences volunteering for our Riverwatch Water Quality Monitoring Program, with a shout out to the NSRWA's recreational guide website, exploresouthshore.org.