earth day

Celebrate Earth Day With Getting Free Trees From WNY Lowe’s on Thursday
SpringFest has been happening all month long at Lowe's and you are going to want to take advantage of everything that they are going to give you for FREE. From butterfly sanctuaries to gardens, there are some nice free things that Lowe's will be giving you every Thursday, and this week--Lowe's is giving over a half million saplings to be perfectly times up with Earth Day, which is this Thursday, A
Recycle + Reuse
Earth Day is tomorrow Saturday, April 22nd  which is part of Earth month and here’s another way to help save the planet and rid yourself of your unwanted electronics.  Tomorrow at the GM Tonawanda Engine Plant, 2995 River Road you’ll be able to drop off old computers, cellphones, TV’s, and other recyclable electronics...
NY is Pretty Green
New York State is finally in a Top 10 list that doesn't include taxes! Earth Day is coming up on Saturday, April 22nd and it's a good time to stop and think about what you're doing to contribute to the environment in your area. Are helping or hindering the Earth with the little things you do everyday...
Clothing Drive
Want to be better at recycling and reusing products to help save our environment? Start by donating your gently used or new clothes. The Walden Galleria and the coalition for Donated Goods of Western New York will celebrate Earth Day by holding a clothing drive on Saturday, April 22nd from 10 a...
Tour Where Your Recycled Items Go in Buffalo
In the early 1990's, Alabama released a song called "Pass It On Down." The lyrics of the song stand as a reminder that WE, the human race collectively, are responsible for the heath and longevity of the earth. April it Earth Month and there are a few things happening in Buffalo to to commemorate it.
Shoreline Sweep
Happy Earth Day! One way you can celebrate is by helping clean up the shorelines in WNY! Buffalo Niagara Riverkeeper has been working towards keeping Western New York clean for 25 years! Their annual Shoreline Sweep happens (tomorrow) Saturday, April 23 from 10 a...
45 Years Later Earth Day Was Worth It
Today is the 45th annual Earth Day. The first one was April 22nd, 1970 at a time when cities were buried under their own smog and polluted rivers caught fire. In 1963, Wisconsin Senator Gaylord Nelson began to worry about our planet – the water and air was being polluted. Plants and animals were dying and he wondered why more people weren't trying to solve these problems. It was talked about in Co