Visit Lexington’s ‘Earth Day in May’

See what your neighbors in Lexington are doing to combat climate change and foster biodiversity at Lexington’s first ever “Earth Day in May,” Saturday, May 14 from 10am-5pm. All over town, Lexington residents and organizations will be offering tours of their solar … Read More

Seedling Sale at the Newton Community Farm

The Newton Community Farm will hold its annual Seedling Sale on Saturday, May 14 through Sunday, May 15 from 12-5pm.  In addition to nearly 100 varieties of plants, there will also be soil and soil amendments, and NCF t-shirts for sale. … Read More

Health Risks of Gas Cooking

Gas stoves can make the air in your kitchen more polluted than recommended outdoor clean air quality standards. Burning gas releases nitrogen dioxide, small particulate matter, and carbon monoxide–all components of air pollution. Cooking on a gas stove increases kids’ … Read More

Learn About Native Pollinators and How to Help Them

Native bee populations have been in decline, with pesticides, disease, habitat loss and climate change playing major roles. Join York University biologists Dr. Sheila Colla and Dr. Amro Zayed on Thursday, May 19 at 12pm as they discuss online the status of native pollinators and … Read More