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Greenscapes North Shore

 

Environmentally-friendly landscaping that protects our water --

With Greenscapes, homeowners and landscapers can make yards and gardens environmentally-friendly that look great, require little maintenance and save water. Check out our Greenscapes program and find out how to be a Greenscaper in your own backyard.

 

Greenscapes practices include:

 

Pin Oak

 

 

Community Partners
Salem Sound Coastwatch works with
Eight Towns and the Great Marsh Committee
and
Ipswich River Watershed Association
to partner with local municipalities to bring Greenscaping practices to you on
the North Shore . This program is made possible by this community support.

 

Please thank the following seventeen communities for participating in 2012:

Andover, Beverly, Boxford, Danvers, Essex, Georgetown, Ipswich, Marblehead, Merrrimac, Newbury, North Reading, Peabody, Rowley, Salem, Salisbury, Topsfield, and West Newbury.

The NEW 16 page Greenscapes Guide is available at greenscapes.org. In the past, communities were given Greenscapes magnets and water conservation pamphlets. They are available at town halls and libraries and at special events. We also look forward to giving a Greenscapes 101 presentation in each one of these communities over the next couple of months.

 

The Greenscapes North Shore Coalition is made up of Salem Sound Coastwatch, Ipswich River Watershed Association and Eight Towns and the Great Marsh Committee of the Merrimack Valley Planning Commission. Started by the North and South Rivers Watershed Association and the Mass Bays Program in 2004, Greenscapes is in communities across Massachusetts, including the North Shore, South Shore, and Connecticut River Valley.