Sustainable Saratoga Statement on Saratoga Lake Stewardship

The Saratoga Lake watershed contains some of the fastest growing areas in Saratoga County, and the increasing development activities within the watershed have raised concerns in the community about sustaining the lake’s resilience and integrity. Sustainable Saratoga believes it is time to renew and invigorate a coordinated approach to reducing threats to water

February 22nd, 2019|Archive, Hot Topics, News|

The Repair Cafe spirit is catching on

Repair Cafés are gaining popularity around the region, including in Saratoga Springs! On Saturday, February 8, 2019, the Saratoga Springs Public Library and Sustainable Saratoga hosted another Repair Café. Eighty-two visitors brought in over 100 items for repair. The addition of a kids’ table gave youngsters the

February 22nd, 2019|Archive, Events, Hot Topics, News|

Getting to know us at Sustainable Saratoga

Welcome to our getting to know the Sustainable Saratoga Board of Directors series to help you get to know us better! Each week, we will add a new Board member tidbit to this page. Check back and learn more about the passionate people who are behind our efforts to bring more sustainability to Saratoga Springs.

September 8th, 2018|Archive, Hot Topics, News|

Sustainable Saratoga’s statement to the Charter Review Commission

Sustainable Saratoga has always held the strong belief that our city government should be focused on sustainability issues. We welcome the City’s efforts to update their Charter and recently advocated that the revised City Charter should not only mention sustainability, but also clearly indicate who in City Hall has the responsibility for tackling sustainability issues.

August 26th, 2018|Archive, Hot Topics, News|
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