I agree. Readers should have been consulted, and should voice their
concern if that would help.
On 23-Sep-08, at 6:37 PM, June Schulte wrote:
> VERY sad to hear this news, Chris!
> It seems to me that the BFP should have asked readers for feedback
> on what to eliminate and what to keep.
> Would a letter writing campaign help? ~ June in Jericho
> At 02:30 PM 9/23/2008, you wrote:
>> This post is to let any subscribers to the Burlington Free Press,
>> Times Argus, Rutland Herald, and Randolph Times know that
>> effective this week, VCE's weekly birding column will no longer
>> appear. Due to a structural reorganization of the Free Press
>> Outdoor Living section and the paper's internal need for cost-
>> cutting measures, they informed us a few days ago that they will
>> no longer carry our column. Given that the Free Press was VCE's
>> sole source of (partial) funding for the column, we can no longer
>> justify our time investment to have it run in the other papers.
>> We sincerely regret this, as does the Free Press, and we hope to
>> revive the column someday.
>> Thanks for the positive comments many of you relayed over the past
>> 2 1/2 years, and don't forget to check our blog http://
>> vtecostudies.blogspot.com/, on which we will continue to provide
>> birding info and updates.
>> Chris Rimmer
>> Vermont Center for Ecostudies
>> P.O. Box 420
>> Norwich, VT 05055
>> 802-649-1431 ext. 1
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