Preserving Our Past by Protecting Our Future
Our Mission and Vision
We are a community organization working to educate and engage the Marblehead community to reduce waste and pollution and achieve net zero carbon emissions by 2040. Our vision is a vibrant and engaged community actively addressing the climate crisis to ensure our town and planet are habitable and safe for future generations.
Wednesday, March 27
Learn successful actions from Peggy MacLoud that you can take using a “biodiversity mindset."
Hear from Colleen Parenteau, local biology teacher, about her efforts with her students regarding pollinators and native plants.
Attendees will receive a 5% off coupon from Marblehead Garden Center!
Save the date: May 4!
2nd annual Green Homes Tour
Come to our 2nd annual Green Homes Tour on Saturday, May 4.
Tour local homes, including Marblehead's only net zero house, that have been outfitted with solar panels, heat pumps, induction stoves and so much more!
Stay tuned for details and ticket information.
Use reusable cloth bags for produce.
10 Simple Things You Can
Do for the Planet
Get a Composting Starter Pack!
The Health Department is providing free bins to the first 50 new households that sign up for curbside collection with Black Earth Compost and Sustainable Marblehead will contribute a compostable bin liner and helpful tip sheet. Sign up today!
Improve Energy Efficiency with a Heat Pump
Looking to improve your home’s energy efficiency?
If you’re looking for a clean heating and cooling system that can be installed almost anywhere in endless configurations, air-source heat pumps are the versatile and efficient solution for your home. Learn more here. Watch a recent Webinar here.