Featured News

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23Apr

CBS Boston

Burlington Student Grows, Delivers Lettuce During Coronavirus Through 'QuaranGreen'.
A Burlington high school student is using quarantine to get his town to go green and eat a little healthier. Matt Tengtrakool started QuaranGreen, he's growing lettuce heads and giving the plants to people in the community through contactless deliveries.

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06May

The Foundations of Change

Season 4 Episode 8 Guest: Matthew Tengtrakool with QuaranGreen.

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13May

Kiss 108

Thank you to our local Community Heroes! Here are those whom we have the honor of highlighting this week: Matt from Burlington. He's a junior at Burlington High School and founder of QuaranGreen.

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12Jun

Boy's Life Feature

Recognized as a Boyslife outstanding feature.

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02May

Billerica Minuteman

With people living, working, and entertaining themselves at home it can sometimes be easy to slip into bad eating habits, lose the motivation to cook fresh, or with money tight it can be difficult to afford local produce. Looking to help ease these issues are a group of high school students who have organized a way of providing plants, which will eventually yield food to homes around the area.

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01May

Wilmington Apple

In this episode, Malyar remotely interviews Burlington High School's Matt Tengtrakool about QuaranGreen, a student-run campaign to distribute potted lettuce plants to households in Burlington, Wilmington and across the state.

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23Mar

BCAT TV

Burlington High School Junior Matt Tengtrakool has created a project called Quarangreen where he distributes lettuce sprouts to those who want to grow them at home. The project is a way for families and children to spend time gardening outdoors while keeping their social distance.

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07May

Patch Heroes

In hard times, many step up to help others. We all know someone who's making a difference right now as we live through unprecedented times. Here at Patch, we've launched an initiative to help recognize these everyday heroes.

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01May

Burlington Public Schools

The QuaranGreen project, are focused on distributing free lettuce plants to members of the Burlington community to grow at home and promote healthy eating habits and reduce stress while social distancing at home.Dozens of plants have already been safely distributed following strict social distancing guidelines and to great feedback from its benefactors.

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20Jun

Tewksbury Crier

QuaranGreen has partnered with the Tewksbury LEAP program in helping out the community. The LEAP program helps students with special abilities, who have graduated, continue to acquire life skills in a school setting.