May 1st, 2019 | Volunteering
Garbage to Garden
May Volunteering 
Are you ready to spring into action?
Salutations, Volunteers!

All those April showers have finally started to bring us those gorgeous May flowers, and temperatures are finally warming up. We have a lot of awesome opportunities happening this spring and we're excited to get this season started!

As always, to sign up for a volunteer shift this month and receive a month of free Garbage to Garden service, RSVP by email, and we will help answer any questions you may have. Remember, events are first come, first serve. 

Happy Composting!
The Garbage to Garden Team

Mass Audobon
At Mass Audubon, they believe that every person can make a positive impact on protecting the nature of Massachusetts. One enjoyable way to have an impact on the environment is by volunteering at one of their wildlife sanctuaries or at their headquarters in Lincoln. There are many ways you can get involved, email Jackie for more information!

 Invasive Plant Removal
Sunday, May 19th, 8:30-10:30 am
Cut and pull buckthorn, bittersweet and more.

Garden Group
Thursdays 1-3pm, 
Ages: 14-Adult

Learn gardening tips while helping out in Habitat’s formal and wildflower gardens.  Dig in and meet others who enjoy planting, weeding, watering, and pruning.  All skills welcome.  Tools, gloves, and instruction provided by Habitat staff. Canceled if inclement weather.

Volunteer with Food Link!

Food Link is looking for volunteers to help on a regular basis with the collection and distribution of donated food. Volunteers generally work in groups to collect food from grocery stores and bakeries, sort the food and then deliver it to social services agencies in the area.
Volunteer with us @ the Farmers' Market!
Union Square Farmers' Market
Volunteer shifts 8:30am-11:00am, 11:00am-1:30pm

Davis Square Farmer' Market
Volunteer shifts 11:30am - 2:00pm, 4:00pm - 6:30pm

Starting May 15th, We are looking for volunteers to help us set up, breakdown, sort compost & recycling and spread the word about curbside composting. 

Volunteers will be responsible for meeting a GtG staff member at the market and help set up equipment for tabling or composting and recycling, monitoring compost/recycling stations, and speaking with other community members about our service.

Garbage to Garden Curbside Composting
Phone: (617)977-4547
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