The monthly meeting of FRRACS.
Lane Beach clean-up.
Sorry for the short notice, but there is an exciting event tonight at the Crane Library in Quincy.
"Caring for the Earth," an environmental festival, will begin at 6:30 with informational tables set up in the Atruim. The speaking event begins at 7:00 with many groups represented--from Quincy Farmers Market to Quincy Making Waves to Mayor Koch to FRRACS! It should prove to be an interesting evening.
QCTV will be taping for those who cannot attend.
Join our friends at Sustainable Braintree for their upcoming meeting!
More info here: https://www.facebook.com/events/1688642098105880/
Discussion and planning on how we can support climate action at three levels:
1 - in Braintree using the 100% renewable plan set forth by Mass Power Forward.
2 - in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts by supporting specific legislation to propel our economy away from fossil fuels and toward 100% renewable energy by 2050.
3 - at the national level by supporting action to mitigate climate change - including participating in the People's Climate March on 04/29.
Join us for the monthly meeting of FRRACS!
Bring your questions, comments, and concerns to the "State of North Weymouth" meeting. The Mayor will be to discuss all things North Weymouth.
Learn about a local teacher's trip to Antarctica to study algae and climate change and how she is sharing that information with her students.
RESCHEDULED FOR TUESDAY, MARCH 21!
The monthly meeting of FRRACS. Come to learn about updates, upcoming events, and action items.
Join QCAN (Quincy Climate Action Network) Thomas Crane Public Library, and FRRACS for a presentation on the impact of climate change on snow cover. The lecture will be lead by Professor Stephen Young, a geographer from Salem State University.
pectra is presenting their subdivision plan to the Weymouth Planning Board on Tuesday. Though we can't speak, it is a public meeting and we're hoping to pack the room!
Reps from Spectra will be in Rehoboth on February 27 for a public meeting. This is a follow-up to a meeting they had back in September. The intention is for Spectra to answer questions that they didn't answer or sufficiently answer last time, as well as any other questions that have come up. Let us join our friends in Rehoboth to listen and lend our support.
Monday, February 27 at 7pm
Dighton-Rehoboth Regional High School, 2700 Regional Rd, North Dighton, MA 02764
Join us for the monthly meeting of FRRACS! Note the location change: We'll be meeting at the Glastonbury Abbey in Hingham (16 Hull St, Hingham).
Town Council meeting tonight w/ Spectra about the recent gas leak. We are allowed to attend, but public comments will not be allowed this evening.
In response to recent news, we will be holding a rally at the compressor site on Friday, January 27. Please join us, if you can!
Join us for the monthly meeting of FRRACS! *Note: We will be meeting on MONDAY, JANUARY 9th at the GLASTONBURY ABBEY in Hingham, not on Tuesday, January 10th.
If you find yourself concerned about the current political climate, be sure to join this social justice organizing meeting.
Come join us as we celebrate two years of FRRACS and the many wins we've had this year! There will be holiday treats, updates on the campaign, and fun group-building activities.
The following information comes from the North & South Rivers Watershed Association website:
This one-day symposium will present an overview of potential climate change and sea level rise impacts on the South Shore, tools and funding options available to communities, and case studies of successful strategies used at the local level to address these issues. The day will also feature a facilitated discussion of opportunities to promote coordinated and cost-effective local, inter-municipal, and regional resiliency initiatives.
Join this family friendly event on Saturday, November 19!
Join us for the monthly meeting of FRRACS!
An event to bring together different faith leaders to build the fight against the compressor station.
Join Friends of the Thomas Crane Public Library, MCAN, Quincy CAN, and FRRACS for a screening of "Merchants of Doubt" on Tuesday, October 18, at 7:00 p.m.
The battle over the Wetlands Permit has not neared its end.
Please join us on Monday, October 17, at the Mass DEP's Southeast Regional Office in Lakeville for a pre-hearing on the Wetlands permit.
Join us for the monthly meeting of FRRACS and get caught up on everything happening in relation to the compressor station and pipeline proposal.
Mass Health Care Providers Against Fracked Gas, will be holding its first press release on Tuesday, October 11, at 9:30AM, in West Roxbury.
Cheryl LaFleur, a FERC Commissioner, will be speaking at the NH Energy Summit on Monday, October 3. A local NH organization, ECHO Action, is planning a peaceful demonstration. They are encouraging folks to come out and show support.