Tag Archives: sustainable
by Lily Gutterman, New Media Coordinator, Team Vermont In Burlington, recycling is taken to a whole new level. ReSOURCE Vermont, a non-profit commonly known by its old name Recycle North, is a community enterprise dedicated to meeting community and individual … Continue reading
If you’re in the Boston area, check out Mei Mei Street Kitchen. They cook amazing food that is grown from local sources. And it’s all reasonably priced!
Written by Murtaza Nek, Program Coordinator, Team Massachusetts Things are getting really scary on this planet, and I think way more of us should be talking about it. These last few weeks have been pretty tough for the US. We’ve … Continue reading
Written by Andrew Nguyen, Video Co-Coordinator, Team Massachusetts “The goal in life isn’t to live forever, the goal is to make something that will.” -Chuck Palahniuk As the realization begins to set in that this is what we’re … Continue reading
Written by Aaron Morales, New Media Coordinator, Team Massachusetts Lexington, MA is an amazing town with very powerful people. We were met with a potluck, which had so much food that we were able to pack it all and eat … Continue reading
Written by Anna Larson, New Media Coordinator (New Hampshire Team) On Monday, as we biked the 42 miles from Peterborough to Manchester, mainly on back roads through quiet forests with lush undergrowth, I experienced a new kind of peacefulness. I … Continue reading
Written by Becky Palermo, Media Coordinator, Team Massachusetts I am an unabashed dog person. My teammates can probably attest to the number of times I’ve joked about making stops to pet dogs a team norm, or left poor Murtaza holding … Continue reading
A continuation of “The Island President” Part One As the film drew to a close, I noticed a dark figure enter the theater to my right; my heart almost stopped when I realized it was former president of the Maldives … Continue reading
Posted by: Sam Burke Honestly, if the Alchemical Garden hadn’t been marked by a large sign, I don’t think I would’ve noticed it while biking on the Clipper City Rail Trail. The garden doesn’t demand immediate attention. It’s a relatively … Continue reading
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