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The Trust

Posted by: Sam Burke We almost missed it. Partially because the gallons of sweat dripping into our eyes made it feel like we were biking underwater (and we kind of wish we had been). We cycled up a mountainside for … Continue reading

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Poverty, Race and One Community Garden

Post by Ben Trolio I yawned once. My mouth stretched in a colossal circle reflecting my sleep deprived state.  Last night had been filled with fun rather than sleep.   Before me lay the flat, green expanse of the Sycamore Community … Continue reading

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An Ode to Mud: Parkbuilding in Chelsea

Posted by Lisa Purdy If I were to write Portrait of a Lady, she would be standing over a hole in the mud with a shovel in hand…much like the ladies of Mass Action!  More on that later, though. We … Continue reading

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Day of Action 7-23!

Better Future Project is partnering with the Energy Action Coalition for a national day of action, whereby team RICONN from the New England Climate summer program will be joining Mystic Community Bikes, a free bike-sharing program in Mystic, for a … Continue reading

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Our Future

By Brad Samuels Imagine the Earth ten generations into the future. This was the basis of a group discussion held in the Belfast Free Library on Tuesday night. With a collective group of people of different ages and walks of … Continue reading

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New Hampsters in Concord

Team New Hampshire had a splendid week in Concord (7/11-7/18). Thanks to all who made it possible! Check out what we did in the short video!

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Harry Potter and the Deathly Climate Change

By Carrie Watkins “We do not need magic to change the world. We carry all the power we need inside ourselves already. We have the power to imagine better” –JK Rowling Is it just me, or did my childhood just … Continue reading

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Haikus from Hartford

Glass on Hartford streets Very hazardous indeed Clean up Hartford please (Jackie) Hartford is so strange empty streets on Friday night rich people gone home (Louisa) Changing gears slowly potholes, hills, and broken glass Leaving home again (Tara) Hello how … Continue reading

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Reusing

By Rayleigh Lei On our bike tour Monday in Medford, Massachusetts, Tom Lincoln brought us to the Royall House, the former home of a man wealthy because of slaves and rum. Besides the mention of CFL lights and the panels … Continue reading

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Places

By Rayleigh Lei As we bike from town to town, building relationships between members and communities, supporting and encouraging various local initiatives, and preparing ourselves to work for and in a movement, I wonder if there is a place to … Continue reading

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