NORTH ADAMS, MASS. — Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts (MCLA) continues its Green Living Seminar series on “Living with Wildlife: Conflicts and Conservation” when Elia Del Molino, a program manager at the Berkshire Environmental Action Team,speaks on “Roads and Wildlife: Reducing Human Impacts on Habitat Connectivity.”

This event, which is free and open to the public, will take place on Thursday, March 10, at 5:30 p.m. in the Feigenbaum Center for Science and Innovation, room 121.

The program manager of “Connecting for Wildlife” for the Berkshire Environmental Action Team, Del Molino is a trustee for the Lauren Hill Association in Stockbridge and a Geographic Information System (GIS) analyst.

In addition to work as a freelance cartographer, Del Molino – a former Rice Fellow on the Berkshire Natural Resources Council – is a hiking guide and a contributor to

Del Molino earned a Bachelor of Science degree in environmental studies from the University of New England in Biddeford, Maine, and a certification in GIS from the University of California-Riverside.

Each spring semester, MCLA’s Green Living Seminar Series hosts lectures by local, regional and national experts. Each series is organized around a central theme related to the environment and sustainability. The 2016 series is a presentation of MCLA’s Berkshire Environmental Resource Center and the Department of Environmental Studies at MCLA.

This spring, MCLA’s Green Living Seminars is examining the relationship between people and wildlife, both locally and more broadly.

For more information, go to or contact Dr. Elena Traister, chair of the environmental studies program at MCLA, (413) 662-5303.

Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts (MCLA) is the Commonwealth’s public liberal arts college and a campus of the Massachusetts state university system. MCLA promotes excellence in learning and teaching, innovative scholarship, intellectual creativity, public service, applied knowledge, and active and responsible citizenship. MCLA graduates are prepared to be practical problem solvers and engaged, resilient global citizens.​

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