Growing Native Species for Pollinators Through the Year

Many native plant species provide important support for insect pollinators such as flies, bees, ants, wasps and hornets as well as butterflies and moths. In return these pollinators facilitate the fertilization of the plants and ultimately their reproduction and seed dispersal. While some insect pollinators engage with only a limited number of plants

Team Up to Clean Up with Sustainable Saratoga

Sustainable Saratoga invites you to team up with us on Saturday, April 24 and Sunday, April 25, to clean up neighborhoods, streets and trails for Earth Day. “We’re seeing extra plastic pollution and pandemic-related litter this year – things like masks and gloves – littering our streets and sidewalks,” explained Whitney Davis, a

Composting opportunities in the area

Does it surprise you to know that 40% of the food produced for human consumption in the US goes to waste? That over 90% of that waste ends up in the landfill?

Organic waste decomposing in a landfill produces methane gas – a greenhouse gas with 25 times the global warming potential

January 8th, 2021|Archive, News, Zero Waste|
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