The Cambridge Wildlife Puppetry Project’s animals make a visit to Magazine Beach.
Saturday’s Moth. Moths photographed in Cambridge for National Moth Week 2017.
Friday’s Moth. Moths photographed in Cambridge for National Moth Week 2017.
Thursday’s Moth. Moths photographed in Cambridge for National Moth Week 2017.
Wednesday’s Moth. Moths photographed in Cambridge for National Moth Week 2017.
Tuesday’s Moth. Moths photographed in Cambridge for National Moth Week 2017.
The following news is reprinted with permission from the Mystic River Watershed Association: For years, the Mystic River Watershed Association (MyRWA) and its volunteers have helped to document water pollution problems in the Town of Belmont. This week, that hard work paid off. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has issued an Administrative Order onContinue reading “A Victory for Clean Water: Citizen Science Data Leads to Change”
If you’re traveling to Washington, D.C., for the April 29th People’s Climate March from Greater Boston, you can now offset the carbon footprint of your travel through a GreenCambridge program that will provide education and support local urban trees, plants and climate through the purchase of biochar. About Biochar (from the International Biochar Initiative) The 2,000 year-old practice of making biocharContinue reading “Locals Offset Carbon Footprint to April 29 Climate March”
Make something using these items only: 5-7 cylindrical household objects like cardboard tubes or water bottles 5-7 rubber bands (hair bands are ok), and 5-7 crayons or pencils. Your creation can be a building, a human or animal figure, an abstract sculpture, a machine, a tool, a poem or story, in fact anything at all! Use the above items only.Continue reading “Screen Wise Cambridge’s Snow Day Challenge: February 2, 2015”
Cambridge, Mass.’s Healthy Children Task Force (HCTF) examined Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACES) throughout the 2012-2013 school year as its window onto child and youth wellness. Pardon me. That lead sentence should have read: You have deep, deep problems. But our time is up. Let me explain. ACES sure has that wonky ring to it—just anotherContinue reading “Wild Medicine, City Medicine”