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 – 9 PM.
Janauskas will talk about what to include in a compost pile, the factors that go into making a healthy compost, and what’s required for a good home composting system. If you have been composting for a while and know your greens from your browns, you may want to troubleshoot or learn about all the things that impact the quality of soil.
This program is sponsored by MassEnergize.
Food scraps can be turned into black gold by composting – then you’ll also save on trash hauling or orange bags, and your trash cans won’t smell or attract critters. MassEnergize is partnering with the Wayland Department of Public Works … read more
Wayland is again partnering with The Great American Rain Barrel Company to offer discounted rain barrels to residents. Help manage rising water costs, save vegetation from drought conditions and help our community protect its aquifers: use rain barrels because they … read more
On Saturday, April 7 join the movement to clean up roadside trash in Wayland at the annual Clean Up event. You can clean up any time, anywhere. If you stop by one of two stations, either the Cochituate Ball Field … read more
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
Wayland is partnering with The Great American Rain Barrel Company to offer discounted rain barrels to residents. “We (are) offering this program to help manage rising water costs, save vegetation from drought conditions and help our community protect its aquifers,” … read more
What a great day for a Clean Up! No rain date needed. Read the follow-up article in the Wayland Town Crier here. We thank all the volunteers (over 80!) and the DPW, especially the Transfer Station people, for making this … read more
The Nothing Wasted group will meet for the first time on Thursday, 4/27, at 7:30 PM, at First Parish in Wayland (Sun Room). This group, with people from several towns and hosted by the First Parish Green Sanctuary Committee, is … read more