MassEnergize

Climate Activism Thriving in Wayland!

On Tuesday night, over sixty local citizens filled the Raytheon Room to standing room only to hear local environmentalists share their secrets. The event ran longer than expected, but chef Diana Goldman’s vegan treats kept everyone energized. Ellen Tohn and … read more

Nothing Wasted

3/27: Compost Class

While you’re ordering a discount compost bin from the DPW, you may want some instruction. On March 27, join Adam Janauskas of City Compost for a class of composting at the Wayland Free Public Library (5 Concord Road), 7 – … read more

Wayland Walks

Past Event: Full Moon Walk

On  Thursday, February 1 at 7:00 pm, don’t miss the chance to see the January Snow Moon at its peak! Rabbi Katy Allen, Facilitator of One Earth Collaborative, will lead a walk without flashlights, and instead by the light of this … read more

Inner Work

5/31: The Work That Reconnects

On May 31, 2018 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM, engage in The Work That Reconnects is group work, developed by eco-philosopher Joanna Macy and others, that helps us connect with deep wells of wisdom and resiliency as we work for justice … read more

BEELieve

Past Event: Beekeeper Meeting

BEElieve invites you to a beekeepers’ pre-season meeting on Saturday March 18th at 4pm. Arthur Johnson will discuss some common topics such as: package installation, organic treatments, hive maintenance, nucs, etc. We will all share ideas/experience/enthusiasm! Thanks to Wayland Home … read more

Resilience

5/20: Transition Framingham Open House

Interested in what this “Transition Movement” is? Our sister organization Transition Framingham is hosting their second annual Open House to share how their active group of volunteers works together with the community to achieve the mission: to support their cities’ transition from … read more