Established in 2000, The Friends of the Assabet River National Wildlife Refuge is a non-profit organization of dedicated and conservation-minded volunteers who work with the US Fish and Wildlife Service, Eastern Massachusetts National Wildlife Refuge Complex to protect and enhance the refuge’s flora and fauna. Through stewardship activities, education and outreach programs, Friends work to ensure these valuable resources are available for the enjoyment and education of present and future generations.
The TV show features the Friends monthly meetings which focus on a wide array of topics of interest to FARNWR presented by experts in their respective fields.
Type of Show: Multiple episode series
Target Viewing Market: New England (US)
State of Production and/or Target State or Province: Massachusetts
Frequency of Episodes: Approximately every 30 days
Show Producer: Sudbury Access Corporation Note on Downloading:
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|Beasts of Burden: New England's Wild Animals||00:54:08||0.88||6|
|Doug Seale talking on The Meaning of Wilderness||01:23:48||0.99||1|
|First Decade of the Assabet River National Wildlife Refuge||01:04:00||0.99||0|
|Flowers that Fly: Habitat Gardening for Butterflies and Hummingbirds in New England||01:07:56||0.99||3|
|Inspiring a Sense of Place: Great Meadows NWR in Concord||01:05:58||0.99||0|
|Listening to the Landscape.mpg||00:48:56||0.99||1|
|Massachusetts Wildlife: A Journey Through Time||01:21:05||0.99||2|
|Saving Rare Species with Volunteers: Blanding's Turtle & Eastern Spadefoot Toad||00:01:47||0.05||3|
|The Asian Long-Horned Beetle in Massachusetts||01:05:58||0.99||1|
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Total Downloads For All Episodes: 24