WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Agriculture, open space and urban planning will be on the agenda when environmental planning students from Williams College present the results of their research at various sites around North County in early December.
The upper-level students will hold public presentations in Adams, North Adams and Williamstown Dec. 5 through 12 on topics ranging from the future of farming to parking utilization in North Adams.
Professor Sarah Gardner's students will make their presentations in Williamstown's Town Hall, the college's Griffin Hall, North Adams City Hall and the Adams Visitors Center.
The schedule includes:
• Thursday, Dec. 5: "A Future of Farming: Land Leasing in Williamstown and Adams," Williamstown Town Hall, 7 p.m.
• Monday, Dec. 9: "Ephraim Williams Had a Farm: A Cost-Neutral Agricultural Plan for Williams Colege," Griffin Hall, Room 6, 4 p.m.
• Tuesday, Dec. 10: "Spruces Reuse Plan," Williamstown Town Hall, 5:30 p.m.
• Wednesday, Dec. 11: "Paved-In North Adams: Parking Utilization and Development Solutions for a Small City," North Adams City Hall, 4 p.m.
• Thursday, Dec. 12: "Williamstown Open Space and Recreation Plan," Williamstown Town Hall, Williamstown Town Hall, 7 p.m.
• Thursday, Dec. 12: "A Future of Farming: Land Leasing in Adams," Adams Visitors Center, 7 p.m.