Imagine, if you can, the Susquehanna Valley in the year 2050. What do you see?

Do you envision the winding river, with ribbons of trees adorning its banks? Or fields of corn, gently sloping under an autumn sunset, with a glow so comforting you can feel its warmth? Is it a row of businesses on a downtown street that you picture, perhaps your favorite restaurant or a church steeple that pierces the sky?

Stuhl is a professor of environmental studies at Bucknell University, working on the New Green Deal Lewisburg initiative and a guest columnist for Susquehanna Valley Progress.

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