Category Archives: Wildlife

​National resolution recognizes native plants that help birds, pollinators and other wildlife to thrive. (New York, April 1, 2021)–As gardeners across the country prepare for spring, the National Audubon Society is encouraging them to add native plants to their landscaping, … Read More

Having the best possible information on the impacts of climate change within your community can inform effective local investment and regulatory changes. Charles River Watershed Association(CRWA) has developed a Charles River watershed flood model. This computer flood model will provide … Read More

Please Join the League of Women Voters of Newton on Monday, February 22 from 7-8pm for a virtual roundtable discussion. The discussion will focus on how to balance the competing interests regarding Crystal Lake – the preservation and sustainability of … Read More

The Ecological Landscaping Alliance is pleased to announce a second season of free online garden presentations, as people across the country and around the world continue to navigate the challenges of COVID-driven restrictions. Starting March 31, we invite you to … Read More

Join the Ecological Landscaping Alliance on Wednesday, February 3 from 12:30-1:30pm for their webinar about the great diversity of oaks found throughout North America and locally in New England. Speaker Tim Boland will paint a picture of the genus Quercus, … Read More