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Visit Peabody’s third annual GreenFest on Saturday May 18, 2013, from 9am until 1pm. GreenFest 2013 will be hosted by the Brown Elementary School, located at 150 Lynn St. in Peabody.
Arts & Entertainment
“Drawn to Brooksby” 2012 Harvest Art Festival.
Saturday, Nov. 3, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Brooksby Farm, Peabody.
Quietly, but purposefully, nearly all Peabody public schools have been preparing students to lead the way toward a healthier and more sustainable planet.
This year's GreenFest features exhibitors with products and services to help you save money on energy, create a safer and healthier home (inside and out) along with greening your kitchen table.
What candidates had to say about Green issues in Peabody.
An overview of what is involved in order for Peabody to become a Green Community.
The GreenPeabody Committee is hosting a community forum on energy savings and other sustainability issues on November 1.
Green communities are a much better strategy than the Hail Mary pass.
What does our brain choose to "see"?
There is a quiet campaign underway attempting to move Peabody toward an energy efficient future.
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Will Peabody Go Green?
I will address as many of these questions as possible in ...
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