NB Resilient, the City of New Bedford’s climate action and resilience plan, is hosting a free event for the community. Members of the public are invited to enjoy family-friendly games and activities, music, and food while engaging in and learning about New Bedford’s sustainability-related efforts. NB Resilient Community Day is sponsored by New Bedford’s Office of Environmental Stewardship and co-hosted with Temple Landing.
This is a free event with music, activities, prizes, animals, arts and crafts, and food for purchase at food trucks. Join us at Magnett Park, 370 Middle Street, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Sat., 6/15.
Learn more and register in advance at https://nb-resilient-community-day.eventbrite.com. Registration is appreciated but not required.
Residents of all ages will learn about local sustainability efforts through interactive activities and displays and gain ideas on how to lead sustainability efforts in their communities. Organizations that will be on site include: Temple Landing, Groundwork Southcoast, New Bedford Police Department, New Bedford Fire Department, Buttonwood Park Zoo, New Bedford Office of Environmental Stewardship, New Bedford Energy Office.
NB Resilient is a climate action and resilience plan that sets out to ensure New Bedford is a thriving, self-sustaining community that is culturally and historically secure and is ready to implement innovative approaches to prepare for tomorrow’s possibilities. The plan has six focus areas: Climate & Energy; Economy & Jobs; Infrastructure, Utilities, & Waste; Natural Resources; Public Health & Safety; and Transportation & Land Use.
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