(Hi, everyone. Clearly, I've been away from the blog for a couple weeks. I started my Executive MBA program at Northeastern a few weeks back and that has taken every moment of free time since. Great program, but highly intense. Only about sixteen more months to go. I'm going to need to figure out how to keep the blog going. One idea is to have some guest bloggers. Do you have something green you want to talk about? Drop me a line and let's talk.)
It's still January right? So you have time to kick that New Year's resolution about increasing the "green" in your life into action. Here's some great motivation and know-how coming to us from just over the border.
The Westport River Watershed Alliance, along with other local environmental organizations, have put together a new educational series called "Shrinking Your Footprint". The first event, "Growing Green", is happening on Saturday, February 16, at 10:00AM at Buttonwood Park Zoo. Growing Green will introduce ways that people can maintain their yards and gardens in a way that uses little to no water, reduces pollution, and is cost-effective.
Future series events will focus on greening your life at home and through your transportation. More event info can be found at the WRWA website.