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Group of Deaf people on an accessible hike at a preserve

Avalonia Land Conservancy

This past Sunday, the Avalonia Land Conservancy (ALC) invited American Sign Language (ASL) interpreter Joy Valenti to provide interpretation at a guided nature walk at Knox Preserve. Bruce Fellman, a naturalist, guided participants through the preserve, visiting the shoreline of Quiambaug Cove, viewing the fall wildflowers, and seeing a field of goldenrods. This is ALC’s first accessible walk for Deaf people. It was an exciting event to expand people’s views and place in nature…

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