A grassroots group of people from Bolton, Massachusetts, whose mission is to build a strong, self-reliant community 
made up of people committed to living sustainably on the planet, in a way that inspires, builds friendships,
and offers a hopeful vision for the future.

 2015 Community Garden 

Plots are available for the 2015 season. If you would like to learn more about the garden,  please check the Community Garden page
for the Guidelines and Application.
Gardeners of all skill levels are welcome.  

Bolton Local

Celebrate Earth Day - Bolton’s Annual Clean-Up 2015...

Bolton is kicking off its annual “Clean-Up” week starting on April 18th.  All residents are asked to clean up the litter along the road in front of their homes. For those choosing to take the collected trash to the transfer station, no sticker will be required if you let the transfer station attendants know you are helping to “clean up Bolton.” Otherwise, the DPW will pick up collected trash bags left at the end of driveways on Monday, April 27 th. (Recyclables should be left in clear or white bags.) For more information about Bolton’s Clean-Up and/or to volunteer to assist in special areas around town, contact Mary Boyd at 978-779-2740.  Yellow bags can be picked up at the Bolton Public Safety Building.

Please join us on Saturday, April 25 at 9am in Daigneault's parking lot on Forbush Mill Rd.  We will start by cleaning up Forbush Mill Rd., and if enough of you join us, will go to other areas in town that still need picking up.  If you can help, please bring garbage bags and wear bright colored clothing and gloves if you have them. 

Bolton Local Opposes Pipeline

(August 28, 2014) Bolton Local joins with the Stop the Pipeline/Bolton Group in opposing the expansion of the existing Tennessee Gas pipeline by Kinder Morgan. We oppose the disruption of some of the most pristine rural farm and conservation land in Massachusetts for the installation of a pipeline for which the need is questionable and the ultimate use uncertain, and which poses dangers in the communities through which it is proposed to run. The pipeline may cost taxpayers money, in tariffs that could be passed on to Massachusetts consumers, and in property taxes that affected homeowners must continue to pay, despite the ruination of their property by the pipeline.

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