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Larz Anderson Snowshoeing Tours
Land Protection in Brookline: Accomplishments, Challenges & Opportunities
Monday, February 10, Refreshments at 6:30 pm & Forum at 7:00 pm
Town Hall, 333 Washington St., Room 103
Co-sponsored by the Brookline Neighborhood Alliance (BNA) and the Brookline GreenSpace Alliance (BGSA)
in collaboration with the Conservation Commission and the Brookline Conservation Land Trust
Please join us to discuss how important land and open space resources can be protected in Brookline. What tools do we have now? What do other towns do? How can we be more proactive about protecting land? If you are concerned about the loss of open space in Brookline, this forum will give you the chance to learn, share ideas and ask questions.
The meeting is free and open to the public. For more information:
Brookline Tomorrow: Climate Action Today
Brookline Tomorrow: Climate Action Today is an initiative jointly presented by Climate Action Brookline and the Selectmen's Climate Action Committee. Initially started in 2010 as the Brookline 2010: Community Climate Challenge campaign, the Brookline Tomorrow initiative is designed to raise awareness about the importance of reducing the carbon footprint of our community. Brookline Tomorrow encourages energy awareness and cost-saving steps to reduce our energy dependence and climate emissions.
You can find out more about Brookline Tomorrow by visiting www.brooklinetomorrow.org. Brookline residents, organizations, businesses, and others are invited and encouraged to join the campaign. The Parks and Open Space Division and some of our boards and commissions are proud participants in the campaign. Throughout the year, climate-focused events can be found at www.climateactionbrookline.org/calendar.php including the annual Brookline Climate Week at the end of January with a wide variety of events and displays throughout town. Check out www.brooklineclimateweek.org for all the details!