Plymouth Open Space Committee
Thank you to the Open Space Committee, David Gould and Malcolm MacGregor for their efforts with the Indian Brook Conservation area. Marine and Environmental will be reestablishing existing trails at Indian Brook CA and creating a new trail all the way to Shallow Pond. We hope that this will become part of interconnecting trail systems that the Town Master Plan and Municipal Vulnerability Plan call for. The MRA, adjacent to this location, is where we plan to create the Native Edible Plant interpretive signage to educate the community on what is naturally growing in our community that we can eat.
INVITE: NetZero 2020 Conference
Linda Lancaster and Citizen’s Climate Lobby invite you to attend NetZero 2020 Conference on Friday October 23. The annual conference, organized by the Cape Cod Climate Change Collaborative, has a terrific agenda with 3 tracks: public policy, business, and climate activism. This is a great opportunity for climate advocates to meet (virtually) and hear what others are doing. Our Climate Lobby Chapter is proud to be a non-profit partner of this event. Please forward this invitation to others who might be interested. Register at: https://netzerocapecod.org/
Plymouth Participates in National Solar Tour
Sustainable Plymouth Members Linda Lancaster and Dale Bryan, as well as other members of our community took part in the National Solar Tour from September 28th—October 4th. Thank you to the community members who participated and to those who helped spread the word, especially Linda Lancaster of the Citizens Climate Lobby and Judeth VanHamm of Sustainable South Shore for their hard work. Read this story in the Old Colony Memorial or view our members’ tour videos here on our “In the Community” page.
(Photo Credit: Phil Angell)