Jul 6, 2018
Hi, and welcome to Audible Café, where we spend time together
each week to explore the natural world, wildlife, sustainable
living, and climate change.
Today, I’m sharing my interview with Leni Fried and Mike Augspurger, who founded the Old Stone Mill Center for Arts and Creative Engineering in Adams, MA. Also featured is Rosemary Wessel of No Fracked Gas in Mass renown, who is the Mill's green energy consultant and a founding volunteer.
The Old Stone Mill Center for Arts and Creative Engineering is just that: a beautiful public space that solves a big problem for many folks, which is not having the equipment, materials, and/or physical space to pursue their creative and engineering projects. The 28,000 sq. ft. building is currently undergoing Phase I of a renovation made possible by a grant from ArtPlace.
The Center's founders and volunteers are currently working to:
The mill is located at 2A Grove Street (Route 8) in Adams,
Massachusetts, right next to the beautiful Hoosic River. MAP
Thank you Leni, Mike, and Rosemary!
We had a great time chatting at the mill.
The Old Stone Mill Center is evolving. Please get in touch with the Mill's team at email@example.com if you'd like to be a part of it!
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LINKS FROM THE SHOW
Leni Fried Printmaking website
Mike Augspurger’s One-Off Handcycles website
Youth Center, Inc. in Adams, MA .
Theme music by Brian Eddy