The Trustees of Reservations has 56 community gardens— totaling 15 acres across eight Boston neighborhoods—that are tended and cared for by local residents.
The Great Neighborhoods campaign has momentum, but time is running out to make sure that the Legislature backs a comprehensive and balanced bill. Governor Baker has proposed a modest zoning bill.
Johnson Compounding and Wellness, in Waltham, has recently changed hands from previous co-owners and pharmacists Stephen and Diane Bernardi to Pharmacy Manager John Walczyk, PharmD, RPh, FIACP, FACA and Andrew Stein, PharmD, RPh.
In a city that is home to more arts and cultural organizations per capita than any other metropolitan area, creativity is part of Boston’s DNA.
Local groups and organizations in the Greater Boston area are taking on food waste in the community.
Get involved with helping to feed those in need in Boston.
Local events that will help citizens of all ages answer the call to go green.
George Hurley, president of Atlantic Green Energy, in Seabrook, New Hampshire, entered the renewable energy business after a long career in construction.
Momentum has grown over the last five years to connect community-based fishermen, who share values similar to those of family farmers, with seafood consumers.
On a hot summer day at Mass Audubon’s Drumlin Farm Wildlife Sanctuary, a refreshing breeze and shade trees cool visitors who have come to walk the trails, pick up produce, and visit the farm animals.