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Subscribe to MPC's feeds for fresh content daily

We hope you're enjoying the new features on this web site, including our Feeds page.

By subscribing to MPC's feeds, you'll know right away when we update the web site with a new article, blog post, video, calendar event, or report.

Also, instead of posting links to recent news stories that mention MPC, as we did on the old site, we're now feeding them into the Feeds page. So if you hear MPC is in the news, and you want to find out why, check out the MPC in the news feed to read, watch and listen to the latest articles, blog posts, TV segments, and radio programs featuring our organization, projects and people.

Finally, we've noticed a popular feature of our Re-Connection e-newsletter is News of Interest, which links to news articles, TV and radio segments, and blog posts that relate to our work. By subscribing to the News of interest feed, you can receive these clips more frequently, as we share them from our Google Reader.

With this new site, we're striving to bring you more content in easier formats. Please contact Mandy Burrell Booth, assistant communications director, at, to let us know what's working and what improvements you'd like to see as we continue to refine the new site.


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