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.

The Nashoba Valley Solar Sprint Is Underway!

Please join members of the Nashoba Valley Climate Coalition along with representatives from SolarFlair Energy for an informal presentation and discussion about the many benefits of going solar in 2020 including discounted pricing, federal and state tax credits and SMART incentive payments.    

The Information Session will be via Facebook Live on Wednesday, July 22nd at 6:30PM.   For more information or to pre-register for the event go to facebook.com/solarflairenergy

To sign up for a no cost site visit, virtual or in person, go to
Nashoba Valley Solar Sprint

Tom Denney Nature Camp – Register now for 2020

The Tom Denney Nature Camp is a unique summer day camp held in Bolton’s Bowers Springs Conservation Area. We welcome children entering Kindergarten through High School, and from all towns.

Click HERE for more information and to register.

Tom Denney Nature Camp was founded in 1976 and is sponsored by the Bolton Conservation Trust. Our dedicated and enthusiastic staff supports Bolton’s commitment to environmental education and to kids. Here, children develop understanding, respect and responsibility for the environment while growing as individuals through creative play, exploration and physical skill building.

Read about how "Grass Roots Grow Deep in Bolton Group" in the Item

Enjoy a leaf-peeping drive to the Nashoba Regional High School, Rt 117, Bolton, on October 24th between 2:00 and 3:30 PM to check out a collection of electric vehicles (EV), plug in hybrids, and hybrids. Nashoba Valley Climate Coalition, a volunteer organization affiliated with the Sierra Club, will be encouraging drivers, EV enthusiasts, the curious, and new car shoppers alike to talk to owners about their experience as EV and hybrid owners. EV ownership has come down in price with federal tax credits up to $7500 and state rebates up to $2500 for EV and $1500 for most plugin hybrid car models – leases of 36 months are eligible, as long as the funds last. (Prius and Tesla have exhausted their Federal tax credits.)

EVs not only benefit the planet, but are surprisingly peppy, quiet, fun to drive and cost almost nothing to maintain, so the savings are guaranteed year after year as compared with gasoline or diesel cars. Rain date will be October 25th. For more information or to contact us as an EV driver – write to nvclimatec@gmail.com

Steps to a Healthy Lawn!

Ditch the lawn service and get your healthiest lawn ever.  (Planting a meadow is a good idea too, but if you want grass, keep reading...
Here is a one page document on how to do it.
You can also view the slideshow.

Next Bolton Repair Cafe Event is
June 20, 2020 from 9-1
Go to Repair Cafe page for more information

See our presentation from June.  Here is the link to presentation which is also at bottom of page.

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