Climate change in the Blue Hills: A local farm’s approach – Mar. 4 webinar

Blue Hills photo by local photographer, Brian MacleanBlue Hills photo by local photographer, Brian Maclean
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Climate change in the Blue Hills: A local farm’s approach – Mar. 4 webinar

A Local Farm’s Approach to Climate Change

Brookwood Community Farm

How most food is grown and transported has significant impacts on the climate and global warming. Approximately 20% of global greenhouse gas emissions is directly related to food production. But you can make a difference! Learn how you can reduce your carbon footprint by eating locally and choosing food from local and sustainable farms.

Brookwood Community Farm’s farm manager Sara Rostampour will discuss Brookwood’s commitment to sustainable practices and how you can become a member of its “community supported agriculture” program.

Register here for the zoom link: https://friendsofthebluehills.org/climate2021/

Photo courtesy Brian MacLean.

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