Have you ever heard of Saratoga Springs referred to as the “City in the Country”? For the last 30 years, Saratoga Springs has claimed the title of “the City in the Country”. This vision is one of a vibrant city with an urban core that is surrounded by an outlying rural area of
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Litter. It doesn’t sound so bad, does it? It sounds misguided, inconsequential, like an innocent error. The same way “puddle” sounds like, maybe getting my
Sustainable Saratoga has reviewed and submitted comments on the City of Saratoga Springs’ draft Natural Resources Inventory. You can read our full comments, which include some important recommendations for improving the document in ways that will ensure greater protections for our natural resources, here.
The NRI will provide important
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Science on Tap Saratoga is on hiatus for the summer. We plan to be back in some form (online or in person) this Fall.
Science On Tap Saratoga is a monthly series of informal talks led by scientists that explores current research topics and the
You may have heard about this mysterious thing called the Unified Development Ordinance or UDO. If you’re wondering if this is something you need to pay attention to, the answer is YES! When a community issues new zoning standards, it’s a big deal! Even though zoning can seem technical and dense with
2019 was a year filled with action on behalf of our planet (read about our 2019 efforts here). Sustainable Saratoga supporters are passionate and active citizens, looking for a way to make meaningful change. We care about the environment and want to be part of the solution to
Sustainable Saratoga’s third annual Saratoga Recycles Day was a huge success. Almost 500 vehicles came to recycle or repurpose their broken or unwanted items. With a newly designed traffic pattern, vehicles moved through the stations quickly and wait times were minimal. We collected 380 TVs and monitors this year, contributing to a total of