Boston GreenFest August 18-21 2011
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Boston GreenFest 2011 is a fully inclusive festival filled with fun learning experiences to address the important changes we need to make in our daily lives and our neighborhoods. It began at Boston City Hall Plaza with a Kick-Off Concert on Thursday, August 18 pm and will continue all day on Friday and Saturday, August 19-20, from noon-9:30 pm and 11 am-8 pm.

Neighborhoods come together from across Greater Boston to work on solutions to make the city a healthy sustainable place to live. Boston GreenFest 2011 brings many opportunities to the heart of the city to learn about green products, services, ideas, networks, and jobs through interactive exhibits, workshops, presentations, and special features. Anamarija Frankic, Director of the Green Boston Harbor Project and faculty at University of Massachusetts Boston will represent UMass Boston’s environmental work at the GreenFest.

To learn more about the Boston GreenFest Click Here


About the Author :

Barbara Shepard joined the GEG team in June 2011 working as a research intern for the World Watch Institute. She now works for the project as the center coordinator for the Center for Governance and Sustainibility. Barbara graduated from Tufts University in 2010 with a degree in International Relations.

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