Upcoming SA Meetings
|23 Jun 2021;|
07:30PM - 09:00PM
[online] Sustainable Arlington June meeting [New Date]
Reminder: Please Water New Street Trees
We are experiencing prolonged dry weather. Please make sure new trees on your street have enough water. You can do this by filling the green bags at the tree base. If there is no green bag apply a slow watering method from a hose to the tree. Over 200 street trees have been planted by Arlington DPW over the past year. With your help they can provide decades of shade. DPW and the Arlington Tree Committee thank you in advance for helping these young trees to maturity. Town of Arlington Notices
Outdoor education and work programs for the whole family
Habitat, the wonderful Audubon santcuary on Belmont Hill just across Rte. 2, offers enjoyable and useful outdoor education programs for the whole family.
Check out their Sept. 2016-Jan. 2017 catalog at
Rescue Food, Nourish Our Community!
see: RIDE FOR FOOD, SEPT. 20
Food insecurity is a fact of life for many Massachusetts residents, from the young to the elderly. Each month, 75 volunteers working with Food Link, an Arlington-based non-profit, collectively pick up and deliver over 30,000 pounds of food with an estimated value over $75,000. That is like each volunteer donating $1,000 per month to provide nutritious food to those in need.
Please consider volunteering
Help spread the word
Friends of Robbins Library present:
N A T I V E P L A N T S
& P O L L I N A T O R S
DAN JAFFE: NEW ENGLAND WILD FLOWER SOCIETY
Thurs., June 11, 7-9 pm, Robbins Library Community Room, 700 Mass. Ave.
Looking to provide as much habitat for local wildlife and pollinators as possible but without the cost of losing the beauty that makes your garden your own? Join Dan Jaffe of the New England Wild Flower Society as he discusses the best plants and strategies for attracting wildlife to your garden. Learn why pollinators are attracted to specific plants and learn how to use the information to make more educated plant choices, discuss solutions for problem areas in the garden, and talk about the best plant choices for your garden.
For more information call 781-316-3201
Free and Open to the Public