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 panels, geothermal heat pump systems, native gardens, electric vehicles, food waste composting, and more.
And don’t miss the central Earth Day Hub (at the Lexington Visitors Center) 11am- 3pm, which will feature the Tiny Climate Classroom, displays by Black Earth composting, Lexington Farmers’ Market, the Charles River Watershed Association, tips on reducing household waste, and much more.
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