Join the Native Pollination Task Force (NPTF) and the Rotary Club of Bedford for a presentation on what the Native Pollinator Initiative…Read More
The Umbrella Arts & Environment and The Umbrella Visual Arts programs, in partnership with the Concord, MA-based Social Documentary Network/ZEKE Magazine, present an exciting new…Read More
The public is invited to the free opening reception for “Sustainable Solutions: Documentary Photographers Explore the Climate Crisis,” on view at The…Read More
The sun is going to act weird early on Thursday morning June 10. For the entire Northeast, the sun will rise not…Read More
Middlesex Community College again is inviting Bedford residents to plant and tend garden plots as part of the campus community gardens off…Read More
With the arrival of spring comes the Ruby Throated Hummingbird, exhausted from its very long travel to the North.
There are lots of…Read More
Picture this: You are driving behind a Republic Services truck on a Monday morning, and it stops 250 times so the mechanical…Read More
The Select Board voted 3-2 Monday to increase the percentage of electricity generated by renewables from 5 to 20 as the default…Read More
As always, Superintendent Conrad's Friday newsletter is full of interesting information.…Read More
It's a mystery!
* The Culprit: 'The Beav'—may be carrying a hammer.
* The Profile: Between 40-50 lbs, wearing a shiny dark…
Some 120 volunteers have registered to participate in a townwide cleanup Sunday afternoon.
Volunteers are wide-ranging, reported Calvin Day, director of sales and…Read More
The Energy and Sustainability Committee will recommend to the Select Board that the next contract for energy under community choice aggregation increase…Read More
Managing our waste is a big problem in our world today, and particularly in the US, which is the largest generator of…Read More
While Earth Day may only occur once a year, the Energy & Sustainability Committee (“ESC”) works year-round to create a more sustainable,…Read More
There are some professions that attract the creative types. Musicians, writers, artists, maybe an occasional accountant come to mind. One place you…Read More
It all started with my neighbor’s simple question, “Who is not picking up their dog’s poops?” It had not occurred to her…Read More
Climate change is threatening our cities and our lives. We are seeing ecosystems getting destroyed, coastlines that our parents and grandparents grew…Read More
This beautiful planet is the most precious and undeserved gift ever given to humanity. This is why it pains me to see…Read More
Early morning weather reports predicted heavy rain from a Nor'easter passing through Bedford on Friday, April 16, with snow falling in the…Read More
Bedford's spring curbside yard waste collection begins Tuesday, April 20, and runs through Friday, April 23.
Residents should place the yard waste out…Read More
A Bedford business is coordinating a community cleanup day, planned for Sunday, May 2, from noon to 4 p.m.
Revise Inc., the Mass…Read More
The goat population at Chip-in Farms increased by four when two mama goats each gave birth to twins on April 15. Mamas…Read More
It doesn't really work to ban leaf blowers. People want their walkways and driveways cleared and tidy and a leaf blower is…Read More
As Elizabeth Nemirovsky so eloquently wrote last week, the 51st anniversary of Earth Day is next week, on April 22nd. Communities of…Read More
The 100% Renewable Energy Bill is the key to a safe, happy, and clean future for all. It is estimated that there…Read More