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Greenfield Community
Energy Park
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Park located: 50 Miles Street
Mail: 20 Sanderson Street
Greenfield, MA 01301
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Help Support the Park
Participate in our Annual Fundraising Drive

To all of our Energy Park Fans, Our Annual Fundraising Drive for the park is going on now! We need your support! See our Fundraising Brochure here! Your donations will help support maintenance and park improvements, supplies for our wonderfully talented gardeners, our Sundays in the Park Summer Concert Series, and other Special Events! Donations of all sizes are needed and appreciated. If you are interested in donating, please make checks payable to "The Friends of Greenfield Recreation" with Greenfield Energy Park in the memo line (it's tax deductable!) Contact the Greenfield Recreation Department with any questions at 413-772-1553. You Can Make a Difference in Your Community!!

2014 Events Line Up

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Check Back for Complete 2014 Summer Schedule!

We are excited to announce one of our Sunday Concert Shows...Holly Near with emma's revolution- Sunday, June 22nd!
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Check Back for Complete 2014 Summer Schedule!

For Park Rentals please contact the
Greenfield Recreation Department

"The Greenfield Energy Park is a beautiful example of organizing open spaces around the issues of clean energy."   --Katherine Kottaridis, Director, Office of Small Business and Entrepreneurship, Commonwealth of Massachusetts

We did it!  A beautiful community greenspace graces the heart of downtown Greenfield, Massachusetts. It is located one mile from Route I-91 and Routes 2, 5 & 10. The mission of this lovely town park is to offer an inviting gathering place for lunches, concerts or workshops and to provide public education about issues of sustainable energy in a friendly, non-technical atmosphere. The park is one and one-quarter acres. Funding came from a wide variety of community, state and federal sources through grant awards, foundation gifts and individual contributions. The park is owned by the Town of Greenfield and was built in partnership with the Northeast Sustainable Energy Association (NESEA), a not-for-profit membership-based organization. NESEA organizes all clean energy demonstration exhibits in the park on an ongoing basis and programs to bring visitors onsite for community-building and to learn more about renewable energy.

There are many reasons to PARK yourself in Greenfield for the day!