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Johnson joins environmental firm

He received a doctorate in biology from the Organismic and Evolutionary Biology Program at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, and he has been working in the environmental consulting industry for the past 20 years. He specializes in rare species throughout the Northeast and has worked with a wide variety of animals, including birds, reptiles, amphibians and dragonflies as well as plants.

New England Environmental, with offices at 15 Research Drive, Amherst, and Middlefield, Conn., is an environmental consulting firm conducting environmental assessments, restoration and management.

Hilltown Community Health Center to expand

The center provides other services including eye care, access to health insurance, fuel assistance, domestic violence counseling and other support services.

Business consultant wins recognition

The Women’s Business Owners Alliance provides education, inspiration and networking for 110 members

Latham, of Westhampton, owns Uncommon Clarity Inc. has worked with organizations ranging from corporate giants Hitachi and Boeing to numerous smaller businesses and nonprofits such as Smith College and WGBY.

Two join insurance firm

Rachel Hernandez of Granby has been named account executive in the personal lines department. She has more than 20 years of experience in the insurance and sales industry, and most recently as an account representative with Glass America. She is fluent in Spanish and English.

Beth Pearson of Amherst has been named business development manager. Her background includes real estate development as well as employment with General Electric as marketing manager and in other roles.

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