News & Events
Spa Solar Park Development Thanks in part to our efforts, a two-megawatt solar array will be constructed on the City’s closed Weibel Ave. landfill. Members of our Climate & Energy committee developed the project proposal
LUCAS WILLARD • NOV 16, 2016 • www.wamc.org Supporters of the long-awaited preservation of a community farm in Saratoga Springs cheered Tuesday night after the city approved a conservation easement to protect the Pitney Farm
TREE TOGA #5 on October 1, 2016 Sustainable Saratoga’s Next Planting Day Tree Toga Volunteers – April 30, 2016 Photo courtesy of David Aimone Since 2014, Sustainable Saratoga’s fabulous volunteers have planted 114 trees in
MULCH VOLCANOES KILL TREES
Let’s end this deadly decorative fad that has swept the landscaping industry.
Original Photo from Madison Tree Care In May 2015, Sustainable Saratoga sent out an e-blast with our first-ever Forestry Tip, “Mulch Volcanoes Kill Trees – Let’s end their use in Saratoga.” In Spring 2016,
Saratoga Places for All (SPA) Housing Sustainable Saratoga is making a request to the City Council that they enact a zoning amendment that would mandate the creation of more middle-income housing in Saratoga Springs.
Following Sustainable Saratoga’s request to city to take action, City Council unanimously votes to become an interested party in SEQRA process
(Download the PDF) Sustainable Saratoga Scoping Request regarding Oil Trains July 5, 2016 A company named Pilgrim pipeline has applied to construct, along the Thruway from Albany, a pipeline which would transport highly volatile Bakken