Know your carbon footprint

Sustainable Saratoga has partnered with CURE100 to offer local residents a free online tool to track their carbon emissions and use those results to help reduce their impact on the environment

Here’s how to accurately determine your Carbon Footprint with Sustainable Saratoga’s new Carbon Tracker App

Our everyday activities inevitably

Blossoming Where We’re Planted

Blossoming Where We’re Planted

How Gardening Builds Community, Nurturing Ourselves and the Environment

Guest post by Bethany Bowyer Khan

This post is a call to action to garden for gardeners and non-gardeners alike, but is also a call to connect with ourselves and our local community. I hope reading this provides an opportunity to step back

Press Release: Saratoga Sustainability Fair is back and more sustainable than ever on April 16 2023

Event: Saratoga Sustainability Fair

Date/time: Sunday, April 16, 10 am – 4 pm

Location: Skidmore College, 815 North Broadway, Saratoga Springs, NY

Fair website: for full details and schedule

Sustainable Saratoga and Skidmore College are

5 things you can do TODAY to help the Earth

April is Earth Month, a time to raise awareness around the environmental issues that affect the planet and all living beings that call it home. In celebration, here are 5 things you can do today, this week, this month, and well into the future to live more sustainably and reduce your overall impact.


March 31st, 2023|Archive, Miscellaneous|

Saving the Night (part one)

By John McMahon

For decades now something tragic has been happening after sunset: the solemn majesty of the starry sky is disappearing before our very eyes as excessive and misdirected lighting, known by the popular term light pollution, spreads year by year. In short, the natural darkness of night has succumbed to urban and suburban

March 27th, 2023|Miscellaneous|
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