A project is underway in Rochester to grow vegetables in the city in the winter. News 8's Katrina Irwin tells us about this unique project in this week's Go Green Report.
30-40% of America's food supply goes to waste and much of it ends up in landfills; Wegmans is trying to change that.
The goal of the event is to showcase the environment.
Nazareth's outdoor lighting could serve as a model for other colleges around the nation.
A local food manufacturing plant is taking big steps to help the environment.
The company has built a field of solar panels, on the land behind the plant.
"Upcycling" is a chance to trade in something old for something new to you during Rochester's Fashion Week.
News 8's Katrina Irwin looks at a green trend that more and more people are using.
Meet a local architect team who have renovated their offices with a green twist.
A local company shows how they use a more environmentally friendly way to save data.
Greentopia is this weekend at Rochester's High Falls
The EPA is urging parents to think of the environment when choosing supplies for their kids.
News 8's Katrina Irwin reports on a program that is beautifying the city.
RIT students are assisting with creating a nature preserve, right next to a landfill.
After coal tar bans in some areas in the U.S., Katrina Irwin shows an alternative way to seal your driveway.
The bug is killing ash trees throughout our area.
News 8's Katrina Irwin takes us to one local farm that prides itself on being sustainable.
The local golf course has been designated as an Audubon sanctuary.
It's something you would expect to see out in the country. But more and more honeybees are finding their homes inside city limits.
The growing season has begun for some community gardens in our area.