Ditch the turf and make your yard a greener place
The Pollinator Palooza plant sale put over 1500 native plants into the yards of gardeners all over our region and raised thousands of dollars to help Sustainable Saratoga carry out its mission. And, it was the hard work and generosity of many individuals that made
No Mow May: Give Bees a Chance!
Put your lawnmower aside for the month of May and give bees a chance!
This year, with the support of Sustainable Saratoga, property owners and caretakers in the city of Saratoga Springs are invited to
We have opportunities for everyone to do something good for the Earth in April. While Earth Day is a single day dedicated to environmental action, we work every day to promote sustainable practices and environmental protection through education and advocacy efforts, which empower people to take consequential action to protect our planet for
Sustainable Saratoga fulfills an important role in our local community, and your support has never been more important to the success of our efforts. Please donate today to help us keep fighting for the protection of our environment and to carry out our mission in the coming year.
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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
In recognition of Pollinator Week, Sustainable Saratoga is unveiling our new Pollinator Protection Initiative. This blog post is the next in a series that go in depth on a few pollinator issues.
CREATE A POLLINATOR REFUGE IN YOUR YARD
What do insect pollinators need? Not surprisingly,