Come get an update from Wellesley’s State Rep. Alice Peisch about what is happening at the State House! The Wellesley League of Women Voters has organized an informal brown bag lunch on Friday, March 9, 12:00 to 2:00 pm, at the home of Lise Olney.

Brown Bag Lunch with State Rep. Alice Peisch & League of Women Voters of Wellesley
Friday, March 9, 12:00 to 2:00 pm
15 Windsor Road
12:00 – 2:00 pm

Lise will provide drinks and cookies. Please bring your own sandwich — and questions for Rep. Peisch! RSVP: lmolney@gmail.com.

Phyllis Theermann

 Sustainable Wellesley’s favorite Stand-up Economist, Yoram Bauman, will be back in the area on Sunday, March 25, from 4-6 pm at TCAN (The Center for the Arts Natick). This “Comedy & Climate Change” event is entertaining and thought-provoking and will be followed by a reception with the speaker.  Yoram will be including material on a carbon tax as well as other environmental and climate related subjects.

Don’t miss this free event, part of the Jean R. Stone Memorial lecture series, sponsored by Mass Audubon’s Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary.

Pre-registration is free, but re-quested.

For more information and to register:
Visit www.massaudubon.org/broadmoor or call 508-655-2296 during Nature Center Hours.


Just down the street is Land’s Sake Farm, a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit that has been connecting people to their local ecology in Weston, MA since 1980. Their focus is tri-fold: environmental education programs, food donation programs, and sustainable land management. Education programs run year-round and are for people of all ages, ranging from tomato canning workshops to week-long summer camps to maple sugaring (big event on March 24th), and after-school programs. These community-building programs are focused on connecting people to each other, as well as to the land around them.

Land’s Sake sustainably manages land throughout Weston, whether it be keeping the local forests healthy or using organic methods on the farm. Their goal is to preserve the open space of Weston for generations to come. Part of this sustainable land management includes running a successful Community Shared Agriculture Program, and Farm stand. Visit landssake.org to learn more.