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February 13th, 2020

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    Natural Resources Council of Maine Senior Staff Attorney Cathy Johnson ’74 transferred to C...

    Protecting Maine’s North Woods: A View from the Policy Trenches

    4:10pm, Thomas S. Gates, Jr. Community Center Natural Resources Council of Maine Senior Staff Attorney Cathy Johnson ’74, the first graduate of College of the Atlantic, reviews lawmaking successes of the last 30 years and explores new challenges and opportunities for protecting the North Woods at the COA Human Ecology Forum.