Purchase a Semester Parking Pass – BSU Students and Sodexo Employees

Day parking passes are available for BSU Students and Sodexo Employees only during the fall and spring semesters. By purchasing a parking pass, all parkers agree to abide by our parking regulations. Please read these regulations before purchasing. *Please note: For security reasons, we do not allow parking overnight. If a vehicle is parked overnight, … Continue reading Purchase a Semester Parking Pass – BSU Students and Sodexo Employees

First Parish Bridgewater’s Green Sanctuary Commitment

As we begin a new church year, the Green Sanctuary Committee invites members and friends to review and renew our commitment to the Earth. First Parish Green Commitment As a Green Sanctuary-accredited congregation, First Parish has made a commitment to respect and care for our planet Earth. At First Parish coffee hours and events, we … Continue reading First Parish Bridgewater’s Green Sanctuary Commitment

Green Sanctuary Green Tip – Regenerative Gardening

What is Regenerative Gardening? Regenerative gardening is a microcosm of regenerative farming, a practice that embraces and supports our deep relationship to the earth. Growing practices involve keeping the soil covered, no tilling, encouraging biodiversity, using compost, avoiding the use of chemicals, and creating fertility. Regenerative practices reduce loss of vital carbon as they increase … Continue reading Green Sanctuary Green Tip – Regenerative Gardening

Green Sanctuary Green Tip – Connecting Kids Sheep Pasture Nature Camp

Kids to Camp is back! As we approach our thirteenth “Kids To Camp” year, we are grateful to have seen our environmental justice project sponsor children’s attendance at Sheep Pasture Nature Camp grow and become a successful annual event. Over the years, members of First Parish have generously donated enough to send over 50 children … Continue reading Green Sanctuary Green Tip – Connecting Kids Sheep Pasture Nature Camp

Worship with the Green Sanctuary Committee and Gerry Wright – “Olmsted’s Life & Works: Respect for the Interdependent Web of All Existence”

Frederick Law Olmsted is known as the founder of American landscape architecture and the nation’s foremost park maker of the 19th century. He was inspired to create places of natural beauty accessible to all. Please join the GSC and Mr. Gerry Wright, who “becomes” Olmsted, for this journey into the life and works of a … Continue reading Worship with the Green Sanctuary Committee and Gerry Wright – “Olmsted’s Life & Works: Respect for the Interdependent Web of All Existence”

Green Sanctuary Green Tip – Reducing Plastic Waste

HUMANS HAVE A PLASTICS PROBLEM! But…we all can be part of the solution. Soda bottles, sandwich bags, straws – – they fill the world’s pantries, oceans and landfills. And unlike organic materials, they don’t decompose. There are more than 6.3 billion tons of plastic waste out there, endangering wildlife, waterways and our own health. And, … Continue reading Green Sanctuary Green Tip – Reducing Plastic Waste