Here’s another reason to take the Meatless Monday Needham pledge to serve healthy, meatless meals once a week. Meatless Monday Needham is offering participants who have taken the pledge a unique dining experience! On Monday, February 8, at 6:30 p.m.,
One day a week, cut out the meat! Green Needham Collaborative is pleased to announce that we are joining with the League of Women Voters of Needham and the Needham Community Farm to launch Meatless Monday Needham. Adopting the model
Are you increasingly concerned about climate change and feeling rather helpless? Do you feel like your actions won’t really make a difference? Ironically, the best way to snap out of the climate action blues is to actually take some action.
When thinking about what we can each do to protect the environment, most of us know that our car choices matter, and that insulating our homes is an important way to reduce energy use. But what about our food choices?
Handling leftovers at home is one thing, but what do you do with unsold food left over from a cafeteria that feeds over 1,500 students? Fortunately, food rescue is in great hands at Needham High School thanks to a partnership
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
A free showing of “Just Eat It,” the award-winning film about food waste, will take place at 4 p.m. on Sunday, April 10 at First Parish in Needham, Unitarian Universalist, 23 Dedham Ave. The 75-minute documentary was inspired by the
You are probably aware of the shocking figure — up to 40% of the food produced in the U.S. goes uneaten. As Green Needham explores local solutions to food waste, we will be highlighting businesses that are making efforts to
The bell rang at 9am on Saturday November 21st, marking the start of the 2015 FIRST LEGO League (FLL) Qualifier tournament at Newton North High School. Twenty-eight teams of 4th– 8th graders were present for the big day, all with
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.