Green Team at Arnold Arboretum

Arnold Arboretum


Green Team Youth reflect on their work and experiences

Green Team Youth reflect on their work and experiences check out their blog:

Meaningful Work, in a Great Community!

Groundwork Lawrence has job openings and more will be posted soon! So if you are looking for meaningful work in a great community, visit


Green Team Grower Position

Green Team Grower

Groundwork Lawrence (GWL) is seeking a Green Team Grower to develop and maintain our half acre farm in Lawrence, MA. In addition to farming, the Grower is responsible for supervising and creating youth development opportunities for our Green Team members. Full Position Description

Intern at Groundwork Lawrence

Interested in interning at Groundwork Lawrence or some other fantastic non-profit? Paid internship opportunity for undergraduates. Deadline March 1, 2016.

Join the Fresco Cooking Club

Join the Fresco Cooking Club - 1st Session of the year January 23rd

Lawrence Wins Culture of Health Prize

We are very pleased to report that our city of Lawrence, MA was one of the eight winners of the 2015 RWJF Culture of Health Prize awarded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. The Prize celebrates the strides communities have made to ensure good health flourishes for all. Announced today at RWJF headquarters in Princeton, New Jersey, the Lawrence community will receive a cash prize of $25,000 in recognition of its commitment to building a Culture of Health.

Lawrence is being recognized for leveraging its unique strengths and rallying community partners around a shared vision of health.

Open Space & Recreation Plan Public Meeting this Wednesday March 1st

Please join us for the Open Space & Recreation Plan Public Meeting this Wednesday March 1st

We will present preliminary findings from the survey and take some time to discuss our action plan and some recommendations. We would love to hear your thoughts! What should be our priorities, goals and objectives for the next 7 years?

We will meet at the Lawrence Public Library at 51 Lawrence Street from 6:30 - 8 pm

Urban Adventures 2016

Here are some snapshots from this summer's Urban Adventures!


Untitled design (4).jpgUrban Adventures students investigate waste in their community and what local businesses and organizations are doing to address it. At Kachel Motor Company, an auto shop, students get a close look at a machine that grinds down scrap metal, which will later be melted and recycled (lower left). 


At Market Basket, Leo Lopez, manager and former Boys & Girls Club member gives students a special behind-the-scenes tour and explains how the store collects all organic waste to be picked up by a pig farm (lower right).


Staff from The Clean River Project take the kids out for a spin on the Merrimack River (hosted by Greater Lawrence Community Boating). The Clean River Project has found several cars and even an old safe! (there was no money inside, unfortunately).


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