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Take a moment to add your voice to the Hardy, Hunnewell and Upham (HHU) discussion. They are looking for your opinion. Your
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Andrew Zimmer & Gail Simmons @ Babson Food Days
The zero-waste and sustainability overarching themed Babson Food Day event happens this Tuesday and Wednesday (October 25 & 26). Food Sol and Entrepreneurs-in-Residence Andrew Zimmern & Gail Simmons
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Shred (those documents) This Sunday
Head to the RDF this Sunday, October 23rd, between 11am and 3 pm with all of your documents to be shredded. Thanks
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Add the Thanksgiving Marketplace to Your Calendar Sunday, November 20th 1-4pm Wellesley Farmers’ Market The Wellesley Farmers’ Market invites you
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Make Halloween Green!
Scarecrow seen at the Bates Pumpkin Fair last week! This fabulous up/re cycled scarecrow was one of many created for the
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What are Wellesley’s Long-Term Waste Reduction Plans?
You have seen this at the RDF but don't you want to know more about the Town's plans for long-term waste
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Books & Bags
This Thursday, October 20th at 5:30 pm, you are invited as local Girl Scouts unveil the Little Free Library they
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Harvest with a Heart
Enjoy the fall weather and do good at the same time with Boston Area Gleaners! From June to December, the
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Local Artists
Many of the Wellesley Women Artisans work on, and support Sustainable Wellesley's initiatives such as eco-landscaping, the Wellesley Farmers' Market and
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See you SUNDAY, October 2nd 1-3pm
Sustainable Wellesley's next Action Meeting is Sunday, October 2nd from 1-3pm at a new location -- 161 Oakland Street. The meeting
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Wellesley’s Biking Community
- Please welcome and thank Sustainable Wellesley's new contributor, Kelly Caiazzo! Last Saturday the Wellesley Farmers’ Market held a Cycle Day,
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Drought Alert!
With Wellesley still under a serious drought warning, we all need to take another look at our watering habits. Consider
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Clean Energy

Wellesley residents can buy clean, green, renewable energy through the Town of Wellesley Power to Choose program!

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Join Wellesley Green Schools in a “no idling” pledge! Idling your car is against the law, it burns gas unnecessarily, and it pollutes the air around you!

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Solar Evaluation

Find out if solar is right for you with a free solar evaluation! You can also get an energy audit and more from the Town of Wellesley!

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Be Pesticide Free!

Add your name to the map of Wellesley residents who have gone pesticide-free.

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