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Press Release: Sustainable Saratoga and Skidmore College Seek 2024 Sustainability Fair Exhibitors

PRESS RELEASE – For immediate release

Sustainable Saratoga and Skidmore College Seek 2024 Sustainability Fair Exhibitors

Media Contact: Caroline Rothaug (caroline@sustainablesaratoga.org)

Saratoga Springs, NY – Sustainable Saratoga and Skidmore College invite sustainability-minded for-profit businesses and non-profit community organizations to apply to be exhibitors at the third annual

December 15th, 2023|Archive, Events, Press Releases|

Toss it? No Way! Take it to the Repair Café

By Caroline Rothaug, Sustainable Saratoga Administrator

UPDATE

The December 2023 Repair Café was a success! We had 45 guests, who brought 48 items to be repaired. Most of those items left the Café as good as new: 38 were repaired, and several guests left with advice on what to do with an

December 6th, 2023|Archive, Zero Waste|

Celebrate Sustainably This Holiday Season

Many of us are familiar with the increase in social gathering that takes place from Thanksgiving to New Year’s Day, and along with that comes an increase in trash. This holiday season we invite you to consider how your hosting and gifting choices impact the environment. There are many sustainable options to make

Press Release: Sustainable Saratoga 7th annual Saratoga Recycles Day October 7 2023

PRESS RELEASE – For immediate release (October 2, 2023)

Sustainable Saratoga to host 7th annual Saratoga Recycles Day on October 7

Media Contact: Caroline Rothaug caroline@sustainablesaratoga.org

Saratoga Springs, NY – Sustainable Saratoga will hold their 7th annual Saratoga Recycles Day on Saturday, October 7, from 9 am – 12 pm in the SPAC overflow parking lot on the

Leave the leaves

If you are a reader of our posts, you probably have some interest in wildlife and pollinator gardening. You may already know how beneficial it is to plant native perennials to support native insects and birds. You may also know that the single most important thing you can do as a wildlife gardener/responsible

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