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Hutchins Farm Winter Message

The sun climbs higher and stays longer, gets warmer and stronger each day, but it's a long slog before it really feels like Spring.  Our seed orders for the coming season are almost complete, and our crew is largely in place.  We are fortunate that the core of our crew, who have been instrumental in all our successes for the past two years, will be returning again this season, along with a number of new members.  We will also be joined by Taylor Bemis (John's son) and his girlfriend Andrea. Read More »

Green Energy Challenge (Feb. 1 - 5, 2010)

The Green Education Foundation (GEF), with support from National Grid, is launching it's Green Energy Challenge as part of National Green Week 2010 (Feb. 1 -5, 2010).

More than two million students are expected to participate in this history-making Pre K-12 environmental education campaign that couples standards based lessons with hands-on eco-challenge programs.

See here for more info.

Community Carbon Calculator Launched!

Use our Community Calculator to calculate your foot print and see how you compare to other people in the U.S. and around the world. See what actions others have done in Concord, utilize town programs that save you money and reduce our impact on the environment. Get Started.

Wayland Winter Farmers' Market 2010 - every Sat. thru Feb. 27

Beginning Sat. Jan. 16 and continuing every Sat. thru Feb. 27

Wayland Winter Farmers' Market 2010 Read More »

Concord and Carlisle work to help Haiti

Efforts have begun at several Concord schools and churches to provide disaster relief to Haiti, after an earthquake rocked the country Jan. 12. Read More »

Home Drop-Off Day at First Parish

Do you want to clean up your house and help someone in need? Start
collecting your donations for "Home Drop-off Day" at First Parish on
Saturday, January 30, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.!

We will be collecting donations for Household Goods Recycling of
and Cradles to Crayons. There will be a truck from HGRM to collect Read More »

Compost Site Closes for the Season December 12th

Last day to bring leaves and brush to compost site is December 12th. See here for more information.

Interactive Map of Conservation land in Concord

A new interactive map launched by Concord Conserves allows community members to view the locations of conservation land areas in Concord and learn more about them. Read More »

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Go Native Bumper Stickers

'Go Native - support sustainable communities' bumper stickers are now available with any donation of $35 or more. Includes shipping. Read More »

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