by Bobby Blair
March 10, 2017
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by Paul Saulnier
Fran Pleska waits at the back of the line for her turn to unload her shreddable offerings on Earth Day 2017 at the Holliston High School parking lot.
by Jason Dione
From individual choices to our collective actions, each of us has the power to be “green” and make a positive difference for ourselves and our planet. There is always something we can do, and there is always something more we can do.
by Mary Curran
Marc Connelly will explain the characteristics of vernal pools and show us some of the creatures who live there. This is a wonderful, hands-on program for children and adults alike.
by Joan Shaughnessy
Shredding Day provides on-site, secure shredding of personal documents (8 box maximum).
by Joanne Hulbert
The Town Forest is land that has never been occupied, never built upon and has spent most of its existence as wood lots and still shows signs of minor quarrying.