Phyllis Theermann
healthy lawn sign front

Be proud that your lawn isn’t treated with chemical fertilizers and pesticides.

Wellesley’s Natural Resources Commission is offering, as part of it continued Grow Green Wellesley Campaign, these free lawn signs to highlight your healthy lawn this spring. They will even come install it for you. Email them for more information.

Want an organic lawn and looking for assistance? Try giving some of these organic landscapers a call.

Mass Climate Action Network’s annual Local Environmental Action conference this year will be on Saturday, April 27th in Worcester, MA.

Registration is open! Register today to reserve your spot.

For the past 32 years, they have brought hundreds of community leaders and activists together for a day of learning and skill sharing. This is the biggest gathering of environmental and public health activists in our region, and you don’t want to miss it.

What: Local Environmental Action 2019

Saturday, April 27

Where: Worcester State University, 486 Chandler Street, Worcester, MA


We need to make change to win a healthy, sustainable future, and that requires a powerful movement. Join in on April 27th to get trained in organizing skills, connected with other activists, and get ready and inspired to make climate solutions happen in our community.

Make time for the Local Environmental Action Event to get trained and ready to fight for the future you want to see. Register today.

The Toxics Action Center is also a proud sponsor hosting this full day of inspiring speakers, powerful workshops, and networking with other activists.

Phyllis Theermann

Many of us care about the what we eat and how our food is sourced, but have you considered what is in your wine?

Wellesley resident, mom, chef and the friendly face at the Wellesley Farmers’ Market pick up spot for Farmers’ to You, Janine Malone wondered the same.

After doing some research, she learned and loved the idea of drinking clean-crafted wine that is organic or biodynamic, vegan and bottled consciously, with no chemicals or added sugar.  She now sells a variety of these wines, all from small family vineyards that hand picked their grapes.

Contact her for more information. These are the wines folks have tasted at two recent Sustainable Wellesley events – Taste the Future; and Conversation with The Candidates and Community Dinner.