Eco-Tip: Rodent Problem?

This comprehensive resource provides information and products for all phases of Integrated Pest Management: Prevention, Monitoring, Treatment and Control

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350 ppm (CO2)!

The Way Life Should Be!

LexCANers come out to change the countdown clock to 350 as 350 ppm is when the climate was stable. Let's work to get back there!

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The Most Important Thing You Can Do to Address Climate Change:

Talk About It! (Click to learn more)

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LexCAN Monthly Community Meeting: Voting For the Planet!

July 9 – 7 pm.

Zoom link here. 

VOTING IS ONE OF THE MOST IMPORTANT THINGS YOU CAN DO FOR THE PLANET! Learn more about nonpartisan and Get Out the Vote.

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Next Event

Intro to the Art of Wet-Felting by Marina Straus

July 18th 2024 | 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm

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Intro to the Art of Wet-Felting by Marina Straus

Learn the basics of wet felting with expressive art therapist Marina Straus from Mystic Open Studio! This workshop will give you the foundational skills you need to continue pursuing this unique art form on your own!

We will felt a long-lasting soap and make some bright and beautiful flowers. Please bring a soap, a towel and a bowl for water.

Members $30 / Non-Members $35

Upcoming Events
Tuesday Morning Standout to Stop Hanscom Private Jet Expansion

Jul 23rd @ 8:30 am - 9:30 am

Lexington Farmers’ Market

Jul 23rd @ 2:00 pm - 6:30 pm

New England Wildflowers- Part 3 Wildflowers Mid-July through Fall with Bill Gette

Jul 25th @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Climate Conversations

LexElectrify!

On September 21, LexCAN and the town of Lexington introduced a new campaign to help Lexington residents contribute to the goal of reaching net zero emissions by 2050. Featured speakers were Lexington’s Sustainability and Resilience Officer, Maggie Peard, and CleanHeat […]

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New England’s Climate Future: City, Land and Sea

Llink to a recording of WGBH’s event featuring Dr. Katherine Hayhoe, esteemed climate scientist, Rev. Mariama White-Hammond, Chief of Environment, Energy & Open Space at City of Boston, and Melissa Hoffer, Climate Chief of MA, in a conversation on New […]

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Some Good News! Lexington HeatSmart Assists 200 Lexington Households

With the summer news cycle dominated by floods and record-breaking heat, it can be hard to feel anything but discouraged about the future of our planet. And while the evidence of climate change is impossible to ignore, taking a moment […]

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