Monthly Archives: April 2022

Earth Day Redux and Tree Giveaway at Land’s Sake Saturday April 30

It’s party time at Land’s Sake this Saturday and if anyone knows how to make squash fun, it’s these folks. Oh fine, it’s not a party but a celebration and educational extravaganza plus straight-out fun. Come join in from 10 am to 2 pm on April 30 at Land’s Sake, 90 Wellesley Street (Case Estates). And now to the marketing

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Arbor Day Plans for Friday, April 29 – Fifth Grade Tree at Compass Rose

Have you ever noticed the Tree City USA signs at the “borders” to Weston? Currently, they read “18 years” and as of tomorrow, the digits will turn to the 19th year of Weston as a Tree City USA. Being a Tree City means that the town has made a commitment, financial and operational,  to planting trees and follows certain guidelines

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“It’s Night Time; It’s Supposed to be Dark!” – WFTA Annual Meeting and Presentation Sunday

On Sunday, May 1 at 4 pm, Weston Forest & Trail Association, everyone’s favorite nonprofit land stewards, holds its annual meeting, this year with special guest Professor James Lowenthal of Smith College. The subject of Dr. Lowenthal’s presentation is “It’s Night Time; It’s Supposed to Be Dark.” For the third (and hopefully last) year, the annual meeting will be held

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Living A Zero Waste Lifestyle; Recycling Workshop Tonight Weds April 27

So Earth Week continues on its crazy way with many more town cleanups (check the photos on Facebook), tree giveaways at Land’s Sake this weekend, presentations about harm from light pollution (WFTA-led, more info later today), and tonight’s First Parish Church-sponsored workshop on how to up your recycling game. As always, it’s hard to get to all these conflicting events

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