Plant Something MA: May 15 coverage map
Organize an activity in your town.
Pledge to plant something at your home or workplace.
Sign up to hold a private planting activity at your school.

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On May 15, people in cities and towns all over Massachusetts will plant something — and share in the fun of planting. Want to put your town on the map?

Organize an activity in your town.
Pledge to plant something at your home or workplace.
Sign up to hold a private planting activity at your school.

Below is a list of towns by county that are participating in the May 15 planting campaign.
Click on your county to see what is scheduled so far!

 

Barnstable County
Berkshire County
Bristol County
Dukes County
Essex County
Franklin County
Hampden County 

 

Hampshire County
Middlesex County
Nantucket County
Norfolk County
Plymouth County
Suffolk County
Worcester County

BARNSTABLE COUNTY

Chatham

Private planting

Sandwich

Private planting

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BERKSHIRE COUNTY

There are no planting activities for Berkshire county yet. Click here to sign up and be the first coordinator for your town!


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BRISTOL COUNTY

Acushnet

Public planting located at Acushnet Farmers Market at Stone Bridge Farm, 186 Leonard Street, Acushnet, MA—Email coordinator


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DUKES COUNTY

There are no planting activities for Dukes county yet. Click here to sign up and be the first coordinator for your town!


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ESSEX COUNTY

There are no planting activities for Essex county yet. Click here to sign up and be the first coordinator for your town!


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FRANKLIN COUNTY

There are no planting activities for Franklin county yet. Click here to sign up and be the first coordinator for your town!


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HAMPDEN COUNTY

Monson

Private planting


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HAMPSHIRE COUNTY

There are no planting activities for Hampshire county yet. Click here to sign up and be the first coordinator for your town!


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MIDDLESEX COUNTY

Chelmsford

Private planting

Natick

Private planting

Stow

Private planting

Tyngsboro

Private school planting

Waltham

Students ages 9–14 in the Meadowscaping for Biodiversity program will plant hardy, drought-tolerant native flowers, grasses, and shrubs in our meadow on the former east lawn of Christ Church Episcopal in Waltham, MA. Adults from the Waltham Garden Cub, Healthy Waltham, and other local organizations will help organize the event.—Email coordinator

Private planting


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NANTUCKET COUNTY

There are no planting activities for Nantucket county yet. Click here to sign up and be the first coordinator for your town!


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NORFOLK COUNTY

Brookline

Private planting

Franklin

Private planting

Norfolk

Private planting


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PLYMOUTH COUNTY

There are no planting activities for Plymouth county yet. Click here to sign up and be the first coordinator for your town!


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SUFFOLK COUNTY

Jamaica Plain

Private school planting to engage elementary school kids, grades kindergarten to 5th grade in a spring planting project. To not just educate the kids on how to plant but also so they can take pride in the work done as they watch their garden grow and help to beautify their school grounds.


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WORCESTER COUNTY

Worcester

Private planting


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Organize an activity in your town.
Pledge to plant something at your home or workplace.
Sign up to hold a private planting activity at your school.

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Organize an activity in your town.
Pledge to plant something at your home or workplace.
Sign up to hold a private planting activity at your school.

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