ConcordConserves.org is an online resource and community, for residents and businesses, to reduce their impact on the environment. Its mission is to provide information about conservation measures as well as educate residents and businesses about the increasing need for more sustainable lifestyles and environmental business practices.
Click here for the latest local environmental news.
ConcordConserves.org would not exist without the generous support of the following organizations and individuals.
Harry Bartlett (founder) and Bartlett Interactive which donated the original website.
Pamela Hathaway [editing and research], Wes Palmer [video production and intern], Carolyn Wilkins [public relations], Missy Jakobsche [intern], Jenna Drouin [intern]
REUSIT: Barbara Wheeler, Stephan Bader, Betty King and Fred Serr
ConcordConserves.org is a non-profit orgnization funded by:
First Parish, Concord MA
Bartlett Communications (in-kind services)
If you would like to make a contribution, please contact us at (978) 369-2472 or email@example.com.
Harry Bartlett (executive director)
Mike Jacobs (treasurer)
Sally O'Neil (clerk)
ConcordConserves.org 152 Commonwealth Ave Concord, MA 01742 USA 1 (978) 369-2472
The idea behind the Green Local Portals is to create a platform for ConcordConserves.org and provide a network of enviornmental information for other central and eastern Massachusetts towns. This website is provided as a model for other towns, to show how easy it is to create a Conserve website; for example Concord's neighboring towns Acton and Lincoln, could make websites called: ActonConserves and LincolnConserves. The opportunity would allow towns like Concord, Acton and Lincoln to create conversation, build networks, and provide enviornmental information that can be helpful to residents who want to live more sustainably. It would reduce the time and cost for Acton and Lincoln would need to launch their own website and help become a more efficent communications system. Features and content can also be customized based on each individual town's needs.