Category Archives: Green Newton Highlights

The following are landscapers who: Understand and abide by Newton’s New Leaf Blower Ordinance (implemented 1/17/17) Work in Newton Will rake if asked, and, occasionally use electric or, in some cases, gas-powered leaf blowers Are stewards of the Earth   … Read More

In the Green Lifestyles course, participants will learn how to reduce their use of energy (at home and in transportation), water, waste and toxins, and be a more eco-friendly consumer. They will also discover new strategies for cutting their energy … Read More

On Monday, March 19 at 6:15pm, Green Newton will hold its annual meeting in the Druker Auditorium of the Newton Free Library (330 Homer St, Newton) prior to the Greening Our Community Program.  There will be a vote on Green Newton’s slate of … Read More

Join Green Newton at 7pm on Monday, March 19 at the Newton Free Library (330 Homer St, Newton) as we present the next in our Greening Our Community Series, Climate and Health: the Challenges Ahead. Three distinguished speakers headline the March event: … Read More

It was standing room only on November 27 at our Library program, “Newton Power Choice: Going Green”, moderated by Green Newton Vice President Jim Purdy with City panelists Ann Berwick, sustainability director; Eric Olson, Energy Commission chair; and Halina Brown, Energy … Read More

On July 15, the Newton Free Library hosted its fourth annual STEAM Expo, and Green Newton’s junior members,  Students for A Greener World (SGW) were there in the front plaza to wow visitors with caterpillars and polar bears, along with the recently re-named GREEN Energy … Read More

The Newton City Council will be voting on the permit and rezone for Washington Place at their meeting on Monday, June 19 at 7:45pm in the Council Chamber. Please read Green Newton’s Statement on Housing and send an email to the Newton City Council about the benefits of the proposed … Read More