Jesse McMillan has taken environmentalism to heart, “I have always heard about people trying to become more environmentally friendly but it was not too much of a concern to me until our recent studies in school.
Coyote Hill Farm—Partnering with Nature
The dream that became Coyote Hill Farm began in 1979 when Ervin Meluleni bought 27 wooded acres in Bernardston.
Kids Lead The Way …
Kellie Z. understands what needs to be done. She is a local hero, now in 6th grade at Greenfield Middle School.
Small Steps with Big Savings
Peter and Carol Letson, have done many things to make their home more energy efficient but became convinced that doing small things can really make a big difference …
“We wanted a very maintainable, sustainable house that fits into the neighborhood.” And so Margo and Mark began designing their energy efficient home in north Greenfield.
Grow Food Together !
Nancee Bershof has been thinking about the best way to use her yard, a little less than an acre, behind her house out in the Greenfield meadows.
Feeding our Kids with Energy Efficiency
Bernie Novak, Greening Greenfield’s “Green Hero” for the month of May, is a man who has for a long time understood the equation between energy savings and fiscal responsibility.
On September 17, 2009 Becca King from the Greening Greenfield Energy Committee came to talk to us about the 10% Challenge, global climate change, carbon emissions, and energy conservation.
Kris Walter is Greening Greenfield’s Hero of the Month. When she purchased her 1919 bungalow on West Street, one of the first things she did was get an advanced MassSAVE energy audit.