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Web Premiere: Chesterfield Gorge

August 25, 2015

The Chesterfield Gorge is a natural formation of ancient rock that emerged from the seabed a half-billion years ago, this rock has been carved for thousands of years by glacial action and roaring melt water. Today, this stretch of the Westfield River attracts walkers and cyclists, photographers and anglers. Producer Dave Fraser visited the Gorge this summer to learn more.

The Chesterfield Gorge
The Chesterfield Gorge on Facebook

Web Exclusive: Naumkeag

July 31, 2015

Bequeathed in its entirety to the Trustees of Reservations in 1958, Naumkeag is a National Historic Landmark that provides a special link to Berkshires history. This architectural masterpiece is referred to as a 44-room “cottage” and served as a summer retreat for three generations of the Choate family from New York City. Recently the entire grounds underwent a three year multi-million dollar renovation and producer Dave Fraser visited Naumkeag this summer and shares this story.

Naumkeag on Facebook

Web Exclusive: Center for Human Development

June 24, 2015

Kim Lee from Center for Human Development discusses that organizations’ work and the many services for the region it provides.

Center for Human Development

Web Premiere:CISA: Blossoming Acres & Auntie Cathie’s Kitchen

June 22, 2015

There are over 70 “Local Hero” Restaurants in the region that use locally grown produce on their menu. Phil Korman, Executive Director at CISA, visits Blossoming Acres in Southwick and Auntie Cathie’s Kitchen in West Springfield to see how the farmer and the chef work together for the benefit of, not only both businesses, but also for the consumer.

CISA- Community Involved in Sustaining Agriculture
Auntie Cathie’s Kitchen
Blossoming Acres on Facebook
Auntie Cathie’s Kitchen on Facebook