Tag Archives: Worcester
One of our main goals at Climate Summer is movement building. Worcester presented a huge challenge: as the second-largest city in New England, it is culturally, intellectually, and economically diverse. More than that, there is a growing environmental consciousness here, … Continue reading
Sara and Eliza beasted the dreaded George!
Posted By: Sam Burke Rest and sleep are not the same thing. That’s the conclusion I’ve reached these past few weeks. MAss Acceleration – even though we were strongly cautioned against it –didn’t take any days off this summer. And … Continue reading
Posted by: Alyssa Henry Where in the world could you find 30+ students crazed about organic farming? At YouthGROW farms in Worcester, that’s where. YouthGROW stands for Youth Growing and Raising Organics in Worcester. Take a stroll down to Main … Continue reading
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