On Saturday morning, I went to a discussion forum. It was at the HQ of MassWildlife, the agency responsible for caring for our trout waters. They had a series of presentations, all of which were fascinating. One speaker focused on climate change. She reported that 30% of coldwater fisheries already have been lost, and, by
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Concerns and priorities of my constituents will always guide my work in Congress. Great turnout in #Needham for 1st stop on our 3rd #Tour34! pic.twitter.com/Kz8JH6bdNC — Rep. Joe Kennedy III (@RepJoeKennedy) February 14, 2017 This Saturday morning, I put on a nice shirt, shaved and typed up a short memo about the nation’s Public Lands
A major snowstorm today is shutting down the Northeast. I made it to the gym, grocery store and “packy” just before it really started to come down. I’ll be making some homemade guacamole for snacking and some slowly-cooked Tuscan beans with pancetta and sage for dinner. And, I have time to write about immigration. The
It’s a new era for many of us. It’s a new time for activism. Recently, for example, a Congressman introduced two bills (HR 621 and 622) that would sell/transfer 3.3 million acres of Federal land. The land would be put up to the highest bidder. There was a grassroots campaign to call Congress to push
As an outdoors person, I’m greatly concerned about a new House Bill that encourages the government to sell 3.3 million acres of public land. If you’re moved to reach out to Congress on a particular issue, here is advice from an insider: call the local office. Don’t email or Tweet, and don’t call the D.C.