In May and June of 2o17, The Massachusetts Senate Committee on Global Warming and Climate Change Clean Energy Future Hearings will conduct a
state-wide listening tour to receive input from Massachusetts residents about the future of clean energy in the Commonwealth.
All hearings start at 6:00 PM
5/08 Mashpee: host Sen. Julian Cyr at Mashpee HS, 500 Old Barnstable Rd.
5/09 Sudbury: host Sen. Jamie Eldridge at First Parish of Sudbury, 327 Concord Rd.
5/15 Melrose: host Sen. Jason Lewis at Melrose Memorial Hall, 590 Main St.
5/16 Taunton: host Sen. Marc Pacheco at Middle School, 500 Norton Ave.
5/22 Weymouth: host Sen. Patrick O’Connor at Weymouth High School
6/12 Springfield: Location and time to be announced soon.
6/19 Pittsfield: host Sen. Adam Hinds at Berkshire Comm. College.
6/20 North Shore: Location and time to be announced soon.
6/26 Boston: Location and time to be announced soon.
On Wednesday, March 22, 7:00 pm, join the One Earth Collaborative, Edwards Church, and other interested community members for the screening of the environmental documentary Hometown Habitat. Award winning director, Catherine Zimmerman, and film crew traveled across the country to … read more
About the Green Community of Wayland, MA Wayland is a peaceful community with a population of nearly 13,500 residents, located in the MetroWest area of Massachusetts, situated at the halfway point between Boston and Worcester (about seventeen miles from downtown … read more
November 2016 Transition Action Document: Decisions, project proposals, and to do’s (based on meeting on Nov. 14 2016, and fore and afterthoughts) For your convenience, current, active projects are in BOLD Meetings (dates set) are underlined A) MISSION STATEMENT Decision: … read more
On February 27th, Wayland resident Rebecca Furie died at her home in Riverview Circle of a brain tumor. She was buried at Beit Olam Cemetery in Wayland on Monday, February 29th. Rebecca moved to Wayland in 2010, when she rehabilitated … read more
On Saturday, October 3, at 1:30 PM, join Rabbi Katy for a meditative nature walk on the Carol Getchell Trail along the Sudbury River in Framingham. The walk will contain exercises and meditations to help us get in balance with the more-than-human … read more
On Thursday, September 3, at 6:00 pm, Rachel Goclawski, a delightful and knowledgeable forager, to explore and learn about the wild edible foods growing along the edges of our woods and fields. Ages 3 and up are welcome. Donation: $5-15. Where: Open Spirit, … read more
On Tuesday, February 11, at 7:30 PM, help these wonderful folks plan their next walks and have a hand in the design of the Wayland Walks Map! More information on the Wayland Walks program is here. The meeting will be at Katy’s home … read more