IPSWICH — Town Manager Anthony Marino and Water and Wastewater Director Vicki Halmen are pleased to announce the Town of Ipswich has been awarded a state grant to support climate change resilience.
Groveland Achieves Municipal Vulnerability Preparedness Community Designation for Climate Change and Extreme Weather Planning
GROVELAND — Town Planner Rebecca Oldham is pleased to announce that Groveland has received a Municipal Vulnerability Preparedness (MVP) Community designation for its efforts to prepare for climate change and extreme weather events.
King Philip Middle School Students Research Climate Change, Discuss Ways to Make KPRMS More Eco-Friendly
Superintendent Paul Zinni and King Philip Regional Middle School Principal Michelle Kreuzer are pleased to share that students recently worked on a project to research how climate change affects the King Philip community and how the problem can be addressed locally.
ROCKLAND — Fire Chief and Emergency Management Director Scott Duffey is pleased to announce that the Town of Rockland will hold a community meeting later this month to discuss with residents and business owners how climate change may impact the town’s future.
the Town of Groveland has received a state grant to support its assessment how climate change will impact the community.
Hull Schools Participate in the Community Partnership for Resilience to Teach Students about Climate Change
HULL — Superintendent Michael Devine is pleased to announce that Hull middle and elementary schools are participating in the Community Partnership for Resilience (CPR) project so that students can gain a better understanding of the effects of climate change.