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As the world changes around us, how do we balance grief and gratitude? How do we stay connected enough to what we love, to be able to mobilize the energy and spirit to fight for it? Some people in Point Reyes Station, in northern California, are acutely aware of what they have, what they could lose, and why it matters. So they've banded together, harnessing the power of community, to do what they can. Support Nocturne by donating at Noctalgia Credits Nocturne is produced by Vanessa Lowe Music Nocturne theme music by Kent Sparling Additional music by Jeffrey Foster; Kid Otter; Kent Sparling Find out more about Dark Sky International, Dark Sky West Marin, the work of John Barentine, and the work of Aparna Venkatesan. Episode art by Magdalena Metrycka Support Nocturne by donating at Nocturne is a proud member of Hub and Spoke audio collective Extra thanks to Kim Thomas!
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