Friday, September 25, 2015

TerraCycle Events coming up -Tomorrow- Sept. 26th from 2pm to 4pm outside the Coop.

WHAT'S BEING COLLECTED:
*Toothpaste tubes, any brand and size
(toothbrushes OK too)
 
*Baby food pouches and caps (any brand)
 
*Energy bar wrappers (any brand but only energy
   bars—no other wrappers please)
 
*Brita filters (other filter brands okay) plus other
  Brita filter–related items
 
*Plastic food storage zip lock bags (any size), plastic cling
wrap, and small bulk bags (NO PLASTIC ROLL BAGS OR
SHOPPING BAGS)
 
*Cereal bag and cracker bag liners or bulk cereal bags

WHEN: 
4th Saturday of the month, 2pm - 4pm
2nd Wednesday of the month, 4pm - 6pm
 
 WHERE: OUTSIDE THE COOP or inside during inclement weather.
 
Save up your eligible waste for upcoming collection dates!
 
QUESTIONS:
ecokvetch@yahoo.com
 
 

Wednesday, September 09, 2015

Adirondack Council- Take Action



READ MORE HERE

TAKE ACTION HERE
The Adirondack Council is the largest citizen environmental group in New York State working full-time, on a daily basis in the Adirondack Park, in the state capital and in Washington to preserve this six-million-acre treasure. - See more at: http://www.adirondackcouncil.org/page/about-us-1.html#sthash.aPPSUczp.dpuf
The Adirondack Council is the largest citizen environmental group in New York State working full-time, on a daily basis in the Adirondack Park, in the state capital and in Washington to preserve this six-million-acre treasure. - See more at: http://www.adirondackcouncil.org/page/about-us-1.html#sthash.aPPSUczp.dpuf
The Adirondack Council is the largest citizen environmental group in New York State working full-time, on a daily basis in the Adirondack Park, in the state capital and in Washington to preserve this six-million-acre treasure.
"The Adirondack Council inspires public participation in policy debates by advocating for positive solutions to complex issues for the benefit of the Park and its people."
- See more at: http://www.adirondackcouncil.org/page/about-us-1.html#sthash.8P5W3K8c.dpuf
The Adirondack Council is the largest citizen environmental group in New York State working full-time, on a daily basis in the Adirondack Park, in the state capital and in Washington to preserve this six-million-acre treasure.
"The Adirondack Council inspires public participation in policy debates by advocating for positive solutions to complex issues for the benefit of the Park and its people."
- See more at: http://www.adirondackcouncil.org/page/about-us-1.html#sthash.8P5W3K8c.dpuf
The Adirondack Council is the largest citizen environmental group in New York State working full-time, on a daily basis in the Adirondack Park, in the state capital and in Washington to preserve this six-million-acre treasure.
"The Adirondack Council inspires public participation in policy debates by advocating for positive solutions to complex issues for the benefit of the Park and its people."
- See more at: http://www.adirondackcouncil.org/page/about-us-1.html#sthash.8P5W3K8c.dpuf
The Adirondack Council is the largest citizen environmental group in New York State working full-time, on a daily basis in the Adirondack Park, in the state capital and in Washington to preserve this six-million-acre treasure.
"The Adirondack Council inspires public participation in policy debates by advocating for positive solutions to complex issues for the benefit of the Park and its people."
- See more at: http://www.adirondackcouncil.org/page/about-us-1.html#sthash.8P5W3K8c.dpuf
The Adirondack Council is the largest citizen environmental group in New York State working full-time, on a daily basis in the Adirondack Park, in the state capital and in Washington to preserve this six-million-acre treasure.
"The Adirondack Council inspires public participation in policy debates by advocating for positive solutions to complex issues for the benefit of the Park and its people."
- See more at: http://www.adirondackcouncil.org/page/about-us-1.html#sthash.8P5W3K8c.dpuf
The Adirondack Council is the largest citizen environmental group in New York State working full-time, on a daily basis in the Adirondack Park, in the state capital and in Washington to preserve this six-million-acre treasure.
"The Adirondack Council inspires public participation in policy debates by advocating for positive solutions to complex issues for the benefit of the Park and its people."
- See more at: http://www.adirondackcouncil.org/page/about-us-1.html#sthash.8P5W3K8c.dpuf