continued “There are a lot of people doing really great things, so we wanted to have a lot of community partners involved,” said Kolankowski, who named NYSERDA, Woodlawn Preserve and The Environmental Clearinghouse Inc. as a few partners.
There will also be a plant sale, a master gardener program, discounted soil testing, a recycling information table, children’s planting activity and eco-friendly giveaways like books and composting tools.
In Saratoga Springs, take a walk along the Bog Meadow Trail on Route 29 from 7 to 10 a.m. It’s led by Marne Onderdonk, a “bird enthusiast” and member of the Hudson-Mohawk Bird Club.
To learn more about Earth Day and what it all means, visit www.earthday.org.
-Jon Wittmann contributed to this report