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The Drought is Killing Our Trees!

What You Must Do Now if it’s not too late. By: Lauretta James, Energy and Environment Committee, City of Medford Many of our trees are dying from environmental conditions; their roots are burning up from lack of water.  This started last fall with long mild temperatures through December, followed by …Read the Rest

385 Stories – Medford Go Green
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385 Stories – Medford Go Green

As a part of Medford City’s 385th anniversary, the Energy Committee conducted a campaign for Medford residents to share their …Read the Rest

Coping with Climate Change: Life Planning in an Age of Crisis
Community Building

Coping with Climate Change: Life Planning in an Age of Crisis

By Curtis Tuden Preface I have a problem with climate change. It’s not the problem of scientific proof that we’re …Read the Rest

Green Burials: An Eco-Friendly Option for Eternity
Sustainability

Green Burials: An Eco-Friendly Option for Eternity

By Curtis Tuden “There is certainty in death and the change of customs.” – Dee Morris, Medford resident & historian, …Read the Rest

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The Medford Green Awards recognize Medford businesses and residents for outstanding effort to conserve energy and protect our environment. The Green …Read the Rest

Is there lead in your yard or garden soil? Find out, get a Soil Test!
Health

Is there lead in your yard or garden soil? Find out, get a Soil Test!

  By Lauretta James, Medford Energy Committee   If you have high concentrations of lead in your yard or garden …Read the Rest

2014 Green Awards Winners
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2014 Green Awards Winners

  The city of Medford on Oct. 18 handed out its annual Green Awards to Medford homeowners, businesses and organizations …Read the Rest

Documentary Review “An Idle Threat: Man on Emission”
Anti Idling

Documentary Review “An Idle Threat: Man on Emission”

  By Curtis Tuden, Medford Energy Committee “It’s a life quality issue.” – George Pakenham (Activist/Director) This quote from the …Read the Rest

The Greenest Gift of All
Climate change

The Greenest Gift of All

  by Lauretta James, Medford Energy Committee When you need that last minute gift, forgot a special occasion (Valentine’s Day, …Read the Rest

Liking the “Crash,” but not the “Burn”
Climate change

Liking the “Crash,” but not the “Burn”

  by Barry Ingber, Medford Energy Committee We all know that crude oil prices have crashed. We are reminded every …Read the Rest

Environmental Impact from the Everett Casino
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Environmental Impact from the Everett Casino

by Curtis Tuden Massachusetts residents are used to weighing the pros and cons of local casino development. Economic concerns about …Read the Rest

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