Alliance for a Green Economy

With the goal of a prosperous, safe, and healthy New York, AGREE works for safe, affordable energy and the development of a green economy in New York State. By promoting a transition to a carbon-free and nuclear-free future and educating the public about energy alternatives, they work to revitalize the economy and safeguard human health and the environment. To learn more about their work, visit their website.

2 Kids Goat Farm

2 Kids Goat Farm milks their goats and cows daily to produce a variety of fresh and aged cheeses from their rich creamy milk, alternating between goat and cow milk depending on the time of year, to make sure everyone gets a break. They also make their own goat milk soaps, lotions, and lip balms and support the local economy by selling products to local retailers and restaurants. For more info, visit their website.

Bicycle Maps for Ithaca and Tompkins County

Did you know that there is a full-color road map of the City of Ithaca and Tompkins County offered to the public for free? The map highlights bike lanes, trails and bike boulevards for safer city cycling, current road conditions for biking, as well as points of interest (swimming areas, farmers’ markets, hospitals, waterfalls, bike repair locations, parks, visitor’s centers, etc.).

Save The Rain

US Green Building Council Upstate NY Chapter and Corning Inc. to host ‘Save the Rain’ on June 3 in Ithaca.  Syracuse NY implemented this successful comprehensive stormwater management plan that reduced pollution in Onondaga Lake over the past decade.  With harmful algae blooms (HABs) threatening all of our Finger Lakes, every municipality needs to consider green infrastructure for slowing and cleaning stormwater runoff into our streams and lakes. Register here. US Green Building Council Upstate NY Chapter and Corning Inc. to host ‘Save the Rain’ on June 3 in Ithaca. Syracuse NY implemented this successful comprehensive stormwater management plan that reduced pollution in Onondaga Lake over the past decade. With harmful algae blooms (HABs) threatening all of our Finger Lakes, every municipality needs to consider green infrastructure for slowing and cleaning stormwater runoff into our streams and lakes.