Organizational Chart for Greening Greenfield (GG)

The Greening Greenfield (GG) is similar to a Big Top tent with the canvas sides all rolled up to allow for easy communication with the larger community.

GG's Monthly Meetings are the Big Top.

GG's Monthly Meetings serve the following functions:  visioning, goals setting, project idea generation, general discussion and project blessing.  The General Meetings are composed of all GGEC members, and promote increased communication across the wider community (Greenfield and Franklin County).

Public Meetings link residents, business, and Town government to GG's efforts and with other town and state efforts, enriching our knowledge of the regional efforts toward resiliency, and increasing membership.  They could include guest speakers or special programs and will be organized by several people headed up by a Project Coordinator and will be well advertised in the community-Greenfield and Franklin County.

Project Coordinators (PC) are self-selected individuals who decide to take the lead in making a project happen.  Advice and support will be offered by other GG members to assistance in realizing PC's vision.

Inclusivity: With the goal of being inclusive and empowering, we encourage other community efforts to invite us to attend one of your meetings and/or send someone to GG's monthy meetings so that we can develop active communication and promotion of parallel efforts in improving sustainability and resilience in this community.

The following is a list of the types of projects we get involved in.  See "event" and "event archives" for present and past events, or check out our "accomplishments" for a LONG list of what we have done since our founding in 2006. Please contact us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

I. General Public Outreach & Collective Learning

II. Working with Town government

III.   Projects with Youth

If interested in proposing a project, or if interested in inviting Greening Greenfield to co-sponsor an event you have created, please contact us.

We aim to support all community efforts that further our mission of improving community resilience and sustainability through collaboration, sharing common and unique resources, and promotional support.

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