Climate action events
The month of May is a perfect time to reflect on ways to continue supporting the environment after Earth Day!
This year, there are lots of ways the community is encouraging us to stay involved. Most of these ways are free of charge, always inviting new members, and can be done from your own home!
Continue reading for a list of community events over the next month that cover the pressing conversation of climate action.
Seeds of Change
May 19 - 7:00 PM
Kannan Thiruvengadam, director of Eastie Farm, promotes community engagement and food security through activism. Hear from him how we can identify opportunities to move our communities towards climate justice.
Charles River Dam Community Input
The town of Natick is deciding how to move forward with the Charles River Dam - either by repairing it, or breaching it and bringing the river back to its natural state. The town will hold two input sessions to give the community a chance to share their opinions - help shape an important decision!
Register for a Community Input Session:
MA PFAS and Your Health Study: Community Kickoff
May 18 - 6:30 PM
The Massachusetts PFAS and Your Health Study aims to grasp a better understanding of the health impacts from contaminants in drinking water. Join the Silent Spring Institute at their virtual event to meet the study team and learn more about the project.
How to Electrify Your Home
May 19 - 3:00 PM
This virtual event will be held in the form of a panel of home/electrical experts. Join to have all your questions about electrifying your home answered!
Wild Collection & Propagation of Rare/Endangered Plants Webinar
May 20 - 10:30 AM
This webinar will teach us about plant conservation, plant collection, and plant propagation. Join to learn why plants make up more than half of the native species that are considered endangered or threatened.