Please join us for a public meeting regarding the Oxford Paper Site Park and the Spicket River Greenway. The meeting will be held at 7:00 PM on February 10 at the Lawrence Public Library (51 Lawrence Street).
Save the Date for Earthday, Comcast Cares Day Saturday April 30, 2011
More information Coming Soon!
If you are interested in joining us, please contact Rose Gonzalez, Deputy Director, at Groundwork Lawrence: 978-974-0770 or e-mail Rose.
Brownfield Renewal Magazine Recognizes Manchester Street Park with 2010 Award For Social Impact
Community Embraces Former Incinerator Site in Lawrence, MA to Create Healthy Oasis for Recreation, Gardening and Gathering
Glow is November 18 at Chester's at Bell Tower Square. Join us in celebrating our successes in 2010 including securing funding to design and build the Spicket River Greenway, winning an Orchard, launching the Summer Stewards youth program and expanding the Farmers Market Network. Join us and help us raise funds to support our work in 2011. There are many ways to help!
- Submit Eco-Art for the Silent Auction
- Donate a product, gift certificate, or service for our raffle
Mass Audubon's Education and Diversity Department is seeking an energetic, culturally competent, and engaging Education Coordinator to plan, manage, coordinate, prepare, teach, and market an array of education programs for youth, families, and adults in the City of Lawrence, in partnership with Groundwork Lawrence. Read more...
Join GWL, Market Vendors, & the YMCA afterschool program at the Fall 2010 Harvest Festival
When: Wednesday, Oct 13th from 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Where: Lawrence Farmers’ Market on Appleton Way (between the Court House and City Hall)
2010 Call for Eco-Art for Glow
As part of our Glow Gala and Annual Fundraiser, we are again seeking Eco-Art submissions.
What is eco-art?
- It incorporates at least one of the “4 R’s” (Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, Repair).
- It promotes environmental awareness.
- It educates others about environmental injustice, and/or conveys a vision for addressing it.
- It is comprised of environmentally-friendly materials.
The Executive Director works to manage Groundwork Bridgeport as an independent, community-based non-profit corporation. The Executive Director develops and maintains critical partnerships with the city of Bridgeport, local businesses, schools, residents and neighborhoods to build a greener and more livable community. The Executive Director is central to the success of Groundwork Bridgeport, developing projects and programs, building partnerships and securing resources for the future success of the organization.
Please join us tomorrow, Thursday, September 23, 4:00 at the Bodwell site
What: Groundwork Lawrence will receive a fruit orchard consisting of 19 different varieties of fruit trees! This new orchard will benefit the local community with a space to enjoy fresh fruit. Please join us for the groundbreaking and planting celebration.
When: Thursday, September 23 at 4:00 pm:
4:00 - 4:15: Project overview and introductions (Groundwork Lawrence; Lawrence Community Development Department, Fruit Tree Planting Foundation; Edy’s Fruit Bars)