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Download the April '24 newsletter.  

Editor: Brenda L. Young (contact: byoung@daemen.edu)


Monday, April 15 

US EPA & NYSDEC Environmental Justice Listening Sessions- 6:00 - 7:30 p.m. at the Niagara Arts & Cultural Center, 1201 Pine Ave., Niagara Falls. This is an opportunity to share your environmental concerns and priorities.  Attendees will be able to speak directly to agency leadership and technical experts from various programs at EPA and DEC to discuss ongoing work and learn about resources to support your communities. Click here to register!

Wednesday, April 24 
Niagara Group Sierra Club Teach-in: Money for Households Electrifying
 - 7:00 PM ET. Join us for a community education program to share the benefits of the IRA and NYSERDA for the residential electrification transition. 5583 Main St, Williamsville, NY 14221.  Register.   

Thursday, April 25

Waste Reduction at WNY Manufacturers- 5:30-7pm at Curbell Plastics, 7 Cobham Dr. Orchard Park, NY. Discover how the manufacturing industry in Western New York is embracing sustainability by focusing on waste reduction. Join local industry leaders for a panel discussion on how manufacturers can integrate circular economy principles to reduce waste, increase efficiency, and positively impact the environment.  Following the panel, take a tour of Curbell’s waste reduction efforts. Witness firsthand their sustainable practices and gather inspiration for implementing similar strategies in your organization.  Register. 

Donate your Eclipse Glasses

Across New York State, there are collection points to donate or recycle your solar eclipse glasses. You can also keep them to reuse for a future solar eclipse event. There are a number of groups collecting solar eclipse glasses across New York State including libraries, your local government, and more.

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