Magazine chat: July 12, 2010
Man vs. Wild: Should the state's historic dams be ripped down?
To some, dams are quaint, historic, and a boon for birds. To others, they cause flooding, harm fish, and meddle with nature. Can one town sort it all out? Read the full story here
Ellen Douglas, an assistant professor of hydrology at the University of Massachusetts Boston, will chat about New England's rivers and dams on Monday, June 12, from 1 to 2 p.m.