The program aims to transform vacant city lots into beautiful flower gardens.
In this week's Go Green report, Katrina Irwin tells us how a local church is using the green thumbs of the community to feed the hungry.
In this week's Go Green Report, Katrina Irwin looks at "green" ways to make your grass green.
University of Rochester Professor and Chemical Oceanographer, John Kessler, just returned from a research trip to the Gulf of Mexico, five years after the B.P. oil rig disaster
The Good Food Collective helps partner local farmers with local consumers, and this year, their membership is soaring.
This Saturday, hundreds of volunteers will be reporting to Monroe County's parks for clean up duty.
For the past seven years, the Small World Bakery has been tempting taste buds, all while helping the environment at the same time.
News 8's Katrina Irwin spoke with Horticulture Program Leader Walt Nelson about how starting your garden early can save you money.
New York passed a law to combat computer waste in 2010, and this year the third phase of it went into effect. News 8's Katrina Irwin visits a local electronics recycler to see how the rules are impacting business.
Everything you wanted to know about going green is just one click away.
Alexis Stubbe's 6th grade class at the Genesee Community Charter School just returned from a conference where they learned all about going green at the Green Schools National Conference.
An auto parts recycling center just re-opened it's doors in Williamson this week.
As part of a class project, third graders have made desk lamps that are powered by the sun.
At Swagelok Western New York, the sun powers 65% of the company's energy needs.
History is alive inside McColley's Irish Pub in Spencerport. From the front doors, that came from a 1900's Catholic School, to the old lockers that make up the back bar Many of the Finishes inside this bar were once used for something else
Bolton Farms supplies several high-end area restaurants with greens all year long.
News 8's Katrina Irwin speaks with an organization called Intervol.
The site of an old landfill is now a spot for 7 acres of renewable energy.
Usually at this time of year, Nazareth College's admissions office would be stacked high with paper. But in the last two years things have changed.
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.