Have you ever wondered what else might be residing in Sharon besides us humans, and what else might be impacted by our activities besides our grandchildren? Check out the wildlife sightings at the Sharon Friends of Conservation web site, www.sharonfoc.org. There you’ll find over 900 wildlife sightings representing over 400… Read More »Wildlife sightings at the Sharon Friends of Conservation
Conserve Rattlesnake Hill – Vote YES at Sharon Town Meeting Monday, November 4 at 7 p.m. In the Sharon High School Auditorium Rattlesnake Hill (RSH) is located off Mountain Road, across from Borderland State Park. The town and state have an agreement to conserve over 300 acres of irreplaceable forests,… Read More »Vote YES to Conserve Rattlesnake Hill!
The clear winner is the 35-gallon trash cart! Sustainable Sharon’s goal was always to promote a program that would Save Money And Reduce Trash (SMART). We are pleased that Sharon went out to bid, and we are excited to report that the 35-gallon trash cart option indeed saves money. Plus, there… Read More »News Update from Sustainable Sharon Coalition: Trash Collection Program Bids Are In
Enjoy a free, fun-filled, family oriented afternoon, and discover how you can make a difference for the next generation! Saturday, May 7 Noon-4pm High Street, Sharon Center Between the Sharon Public Library & Congregational Church (In case of inclement weather, the event will be held inside the Cong. Church Parish… Read More »Join us at Green Day on May 7!
Join us for a free, fun-filled, family oriented, green afternoon. Help make a difference for the next generation! Saturday, May 3 from noon-4pm High Street, Sharon Center, between the Sharon Public Library & Congregational Church (In case of inclement weather, the event will be held inside the Cong. Church Parish… Read More »Join Us at Green Day! Sat., May 3, 2014