The reactivated Boston Plant-Based Pod held its second event since the new Group Leader, Adriana Gambino, took over leadership. The Pod, previously called ‘Boston Plant-Based Millennials’, adopted a new name to welcome plant-curious folks of all ages. Attendees shared a potluck meal and discussed plant-based diets, minimalism, and the best new cafes in the area. PlantPure Communities’ Pod Support Programs Manager and Boston-local, Ella Stephens, attended the meeting and was invited to present information about the global Pod Network. The youngest attendee, baby Vada, was thrilled to join the adults and even wanted to try the food herself!
This event was also attended by the Group Leader of the nearby Cambridge Pod. This area has the good fortune of two Pods in close proximity to each other which has allowed for lots of collaboration when planning events, sharing information, and connecting like-minded people. PPC highly recommends joining forces with another Pod if there is one close by!
As the Pod Network changes, develops, and grows, PPC welcomes new Group Leaders with open arms, ready to support them every step of the way. It’s great to see these two Group Leaders working together to create a strong, healthy, sustainable plant-based scene in the Boston area.
Original Submission written by Ella Stephens, PPC Pod Support Programs Manager, on 6/19/19.