Adopt-A-Street or Spot
Is there a Hyde Park street or spot that is near and dear to your heart? Perhaps it is the street you live on, a park you visit with your kids, or a route you normally walk or run. Does it bother you to see it filled with litter? If the answer is YES, be part of the solution and adopt-a-street or spot to help keep Hyde Park litter-free. You can sign up as an individual, family, community group, or business. All we ask is that you agree to clean up your adopted route at least once per month.
Litter Task Force petition
From Cape Cod to Boston to the Berkshires and everywhere in between, litter is visible along virtually every Massachusetts highway, sidewalk, public park, hiking trail, and beach. Every year, our state spends millions of dollars cleaning up this mess, and volunteers devote countless hours battling the ever-growing piles of litter. Yet virtually no money or effort is dedicated to LITTER PREVENTION in Massachusetts.
Keep Massachusetts Beautiful
recently launched a new petition drive to urge our Governor, state and local legislators, and the Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT) to launch a statewide Litter Prevention & Cleanup Task Force.
Please sign the petition AND share it with your friends.
Keep Hyde Park Beautiful and the Hyde Park branch of the Boston Public Library are partnering to bring a Seed Library to our community!
Opening on March 15, 2022, the new Seed Library invites you to create a resilient garden, grow your own food, and create pollinator habitat! There are a wide variety of vegetables, herbs and flowers to get your garden started. We hope you'll stop by the Hyde Park Library to check out this new resource!
Celebrate the launch of the new Seed Library at the Seed Starting at Home event on March 23 at 6pm. See link below for more details.