Tuesday, February 5, 2013
If your New Year's resolution is to live a greener lifestyle, check out these 20 tips to help you stick to your plan.
If you want to be kinder to the planet and save some money at the same time, here are 20 ways to go green in 2013. TELL US: Do you think you could stick to a green New Year's resolution? Share your thoughts and suggestions in the comments sections below.
Friday, June 10, 2011
The small, integrated farm in Lexington has asked for more time to prepare its pasturing poultry case for the Conservation Commission.
Meadow Mist Farm, and its fans and supporters, will continue to wait for a decision about whether pasturing poultry will be allowed at the small farm on off Lexington’s Marrett Road. The farm reportedly requested a continuation hours before it was to appear before the town’s Conservation Commission on Tuesday, June 7. The hearing has been continued to June 21. Meadow Mist’s potential poultry operation first came before the Conservation Commission last month, when a large crowd turned out – with signs – and the commission continued the hearing, citing a desire to confer with legal counsel. John Moriarty, the farm’s proprietor, said Meadow Mist asked that the hearing be continued so they could finish up some homework and solidify their case…
Sunday, May 29, 2011
DPW Day, quilts and art on display and splendid discovery.
This week was a busy on in Lexington, beginning with Conservation Commission considerations about pasturing poultry at a neighborhood farm and culminating with a stellar street fair on Discovery Day. On Monday, we told you about Lexington resident Phil Shevrin's road from trauma to triumph as he ran to home base at Fenway Park last weekend. Also Monday, we ran a story on Meadow Mist Farm, a small operation that raises garss-fed beef and seasonal vegetables -- and is seeking authorization to pasture poultry. And then on Tuesday, Patch attended a Conservation Commission hearing on the matter, which resulted in a continuation of the hearing until June 7. We had that story on Wednesday. On Thursday, we told you about a fourth-grade class at …