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GLIER Visiting Scholar advocates for Ojibway National Urban Park

Published on: Wed, 08/28/2019
Last Modified: Wed, 08/28/2019 - 1:26pm

Dr. John Hartig, GLIER Visiting Scholar, attended a Town Hall meeting in South Windsor to advocate for the development of the Ojibway National Urban Park.  Dr. Hartig says that the Ojibway National Urban Park could become a North American treasure.

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