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Local Connections, Going Green
Framingham State University has agreed to donate sections of a white oak on campus to Plimoth Plantation to help repair Mayflower II.
Summer, Going Green
Everything you need to know about these noisy bugs before they awaken from their 17-year hibernation.
Patch's House & Home, Going Green
Want your grass to be greener? Here are some tips from the professionals and a list of local resources to help your grass grow without harmful chemicals and pesticides.
Want to make a real difference in the world? Consider one of these seven "green" careers that help protect -- and improve -- our planet. Provided by Jobs at AOL.
Government, Going Green
The Plymouth Selectmen will set the rates for the new curbside pickup program and single-stream recycling. The rates are expected to be much lower than the current rate of $186.
The town is encouraging residents to recycle by requiring those who use the transfer stations to dispose of their trash in designated orange trash bags.
Volunteer to help make Plymouth beautiful. The hometown cleanup day is Saturday, May 4.
Here are some family activities you can do to foster environmentalism. Sponsored by Sony.
All the tools you need to start composting in Plymouth, plus where to get free or low-cost compost for your garden.
Weighing the pros and cons of a hybrid cars.
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