Krishana Abrahim was the first Northeastern Co-op Intern for Greenovate Boston from January 2017 - June 2017. Here she reflects on what she’s learned, and how the experience has prepared her for what’s next.
Maura Welch was the Greenovate Boston Writing Fellow from April 2016 - October 2016. Here she reflects on what she’s learned, and how the experience has prepared her for what’s next.
Greenovate is looking for someone to transition into Maura's role for our Writing Fellowship. Read the description for that opportunity here.Read more
The Greenovate Fellow will help our team connect community members to climate action, keep Bostonians up-to-date with the City’s climate work, and foster a sense of connectedness amongst our City’s many driven grassroots environmental organizations.Read more
The Fellow will help the City of Boston's residential energy efficiency program conduct outreach to all of Boston's neighborhoods.Read more
Urban Farming Pathways Initiative Receives Funding to Create Green Jobs and Improve Access to Fresh, Local Produce
Plans for a new urban farming and job development program kicked into high gear this week when Mayor Walsh announced that the Urban Farming Pathways Initiative had received $100,000 in grant funding. The program will equip individuals re-entering the workforce with urban agriculture skills, grow local produce for Boston farmers markets, and support the City’s sustainability, health, and equity goals.Read more
The Greenovate Awards recognize climate action leadership and environmental sustainability excellence in the City of Boston. Read this blog series to find out more about this year's winners in the Community Engagement Category.Read more