2018 was a year of growth at Sustainable Saratoga

We accomplished a lot this year with the help of our many supporters, including the continuation of our most popular programs and the addition of several new initiatives and programs. New staff members have allowed us to make organizational improvements, including expanding and improving our ability to share information about sustainability issues with

November 18th, 2018|Hot Topics, News|

Sustainable Saratoga urges the City Council to have a better public process for the development of public lands

For over ten years, Sustainable Saratoga has advocated for improving the sustainability and quality of life for current and future residents of Saratoga Springs. We have hosted educational forums; added hundreds of trees to our urban forest; established a Repair Café to fix rather than trash broken items; and most recently, we organized our second

November 2nd, 2018|Hot Topics, News|

Saratoga really does RECYCLE!

Sustainable Saratoga’s second Saratoga Recycles Day was a huge success. The demand for TV recycling is huge in our community – we collected 660 TVs and monitors and these items will be responsibly recycled and not end up in a landfill. Between the TVs and other electronics, over 26 tons of materials were taken

November 2nd, 2018|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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