Phyllis Theermann

Last week Wellesley High School Evolutions Students showcased their capstone projects at the Spring Expo.


The Evolutions program — an innovative school-within-a-school educational program open to juniors and seniors — launched this year.

Sustainable Wellesley was pleased to see some impressive sustainably minded projects including Kirstin Johnston’s The Effects of Climate Change on the Great Barrier Reef, Carina Delgado’s investigation into fashion’s high cost on the environment and her upcycled fashion creations, as well as Kassandra Rodriguez’s organic candles.

Lots of collaboration, interdisciplinary learning, and experiential learning happens in the evolutions program. Interested in learning more? Click Here.

Phyllis Theermann

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We are very excited to invite you to the Sustainable Living Festival this Saturday from 10- 3 at the Wellesley Municipal Light Plant – next to the Rt. 9 Fire Station.

This Festival is for You. 

There will be something for everyone including activities for the children, raffle items with lots of local goodies, ways to save money, exciting new technologies, interesting lectures, and movies. 

Come and have fun and learn ways your Home, Family, Garden, Wardrobe, Car, Hobbies, Investments; basically everything you do, can easily be more sustainable. 

Click HERE to Register in advance for a free organic tomato plant

Click HERE to see list of presentations

Click HERE to automatically add the Festival to your calendar

Click HERE for directions and all the details

Click HERE to join the event on Facebook – find out who else is going and share it with your friends

Click HERE to Like Sustainable Wellesley on Facebook