Videos - Abington MA

The videos below are samples of our work showcasing the stories that we have enjoyed producing.

Quite a few years ago, we met Jim Dombrowski and did this story with him at the Griffin Dairy property.  This story is as important today as when we first did it  Jim talks eloquently about how important these natural areas are, and why we need to work together to save them.  Undeveloped land is rapidly shrinking and when it's gone, it's gone forever which is why it's imperative to do everything we can now.

" Preserving Natural Areas"


"Auctioning!! Why??"


Conservating and protecting our limited natural areas is a concern of citizens in towns everywhere. It's important and imperative to save more of the dwindling woods, streams, fields and wetlands that we have left in our towns. So when you see signs like these appearing, we have to ask the question "Why" when so many townspeople want to protect these lands. We hope this story inspires you to find out what wooded undeveloped areas are in your town so you can do something before you see the AUCTION SIGNS go up.

"Ames Nowell Cleanup"

Ames Nowell State Park had a clean up event that brought residents out on a beautiful day working together to help spruce up one of Abington's natural wonders.  It was a time to meet other environmentally like minded people. We got to hear first hand what important values families are sharing with their kids. We also got to meet AGN's newest member, some of his family and hear his thoughts about what we have and why it's so important.

"The Land of Not"

Abington Massachusetts has a natural wonder that is rapidly disappearing. We have one of the few white cedar swamps left. It is in danger of disappearing if we don't act to protect it. Development in our pristine wooded areas is threatening to make this white cedar swamp just a memory of what we once had.  Our forested areas need to be saved and protected. This video will give you a glimpse into a white cedar swamp.