Do you ever wonder who the people are behind Green Needham and what they are working on? Come “meet” the Green Needham team virtually and hear what Green Needham has been up to recently, and what our priorities are for
Interested in getting involved with Green Needham but want some specifics? Then check out our “Volunteer Opportunities” page and find out how you can help us with our current projects. There’s a wide variety of tasks, from helping with Green
On November 29, 2017, a standing-room-only audience packed the Community Room at the Needham Library to hear experts from government, business, and a local college describe the achievements and challenges involved in reducing local solid waste. The purpose of Green
Webster defines “gleaning” as “to gather grain or other material that is left after the main crop has been gathered.” Did you know that there’s an activity which provides fresh produce for those who cannot easily afford it, reduces food waste, and
Help Beautify and Sustain Needham On the Park and Rec’s Clean-Up Day! On the morning of Saturday, April 2, 2016 you can be part of a town-wide effort to keep Needham clean and beautiful. That’s the day of the Needham
Americans are wasting more than $165 billion worth of food every year according to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Green Needham’s October 22nd program on Food Waste was a first step to bring together the Needham community to take action locally.
On Saturday, May 16th, from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., Green Needham and Sustainable Wellesley are co-sponsoring a Sustainable Living Festival. Are you available for two hours on Sat. May 16th between 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m? Do you want
How — exactly — does one live a more environmentally-sensitive lifestyle in Needham? Just in time for Earth Day, Green Needham is pleased to announce the completion of the first two sections of “Living Green in Needham,” a project that
The Needham Science Center is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year with a STEAM family science night on March 19th.