CANCELLED DUE TO CORONAVIRUS CONCERN.
Everyone with a garden or yard can be “climate wise” by adopting practices that protect the earth and support wildlife. Hands-on activities and displays will show how the ecosystem works and how soil, microorganisms, and plants capture carbon. Together, we can contribute to bringing carbon and water cycles back into balance.
FREE! Over 30 demonstrations, exhibits, and talks on how to adapt your garden practices in the time of climate change:
Co-Sponsors: Cornell Cooperative Extension Tompkins County, Fossil Free Tompkins, Social Ventures, Dryden Resource Awareness Coalition, League of Women Voters, Citizens Climate Lobby, Environmental Management Council, Tompkins County Planning and Sustainability Department, Sustainable Tompkins, Tompkins Climate Protection Initiative, Cornell Crop and Soil Sciences, and many others.
Boynton Middle School Cafeteria
1601 N. Cayuga Street
Ithaca, NY 14850
Last updated March 13, 2020