October Gathering for Boston-area Eco-Conscious People

BostonEco, a community group that brings together mission-driven entrepreneurs, healthy living experts, sustainability leaders, natural foodies, green businesses and organizations, and local pioneers and community activists, will host its next event, Healthy Home, Healthy Living, from 6 to 9 p.m., October 1, at District Hall, in Boston’s Innovation District.

The event will include networking and conversations about healthy living and making homes healthier. More information can be found at BostonEco.com, along with an opportunity to sign up for news about BostonEco events and local happenings. Now celebrating its fifth year, BostonEco aims to further healthy, sustainable ideas and initiatives in the Boston area and globally by creating opportunities for eco-minded individuals to connect online and in-person.

“I was inspired to start BostonEco to get the word out about all the new eco programs that were sprouting up around Greater Boston,” says BostonEco founder Janet Morgenstern Passani. “I wanted to connect everyone interested in these things without the structure of a formal educational meeting,” she says.

The BostonEco Twitter (@BostonEco) and Facebook (Facebook.com/BostonEco) pages also feature links to what’s new in the green scene around Boston, including healthy living events and job openings. “It’s a place to be inspired, discover new ideas and find collaborators,” says Passani.

Location: District Hall, 75 Northern Ave., Boston. For more information, call 617- 549-1716, email Info@BostonEco.com or visit BostonEco.com.

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