1949 tractor gets converted to electric
Rochester's General Motors plans on Lexington Avenue is going green.
Pioneer Millworks in Farmington rescues and re-uses wood from buildings that are being torn down. But it is not just the product that is green.
A company is Farmington is giving old wood new life, and many local businesses are benefiting.
A local man's creation is sparking an important conversation about sustainability in our community.
Fine dining that's local
Solar power helps companies and homeowners reduce energy consumption and now a new research facility in Rochester is aimed at helping get solar products to the market faster.
Monroe County prides itself on being an environmental leader and once again its Fleet Division is ranked among the "greenest" in the nation.
Work is underway to convert the old Geneva High School into the new Finger Lakes Community College Geneva campus.
Last year the Gates-Chili School District partnered with a local technology company to improve the performance of its bus fleet.
If you're looking to save on home energy this fall, several area houses are showcasing green options in a national tour of solar and energy efficient homes on Saturday, October 5.
Greentopia Green Visions is transforming a Rochester city neighborhood.
Espada Brazilian Steakhouse offers fine dining with a healthy serving of eco-friendly features.
This year's Greentopia Festival is set for September 10-15 in Rochester.
The goal of Project Scion is to inspire positive change by transforming vacant city lots into green space.
Rochester's Metalico is turning some of its scrap into treasure and hoping to redefine the image of the scrap metal industry at the same time.
As community gardens across Rochester help families put food on the table this summer, organizers at one garden are hoping to make that effort sustainable year round.
The PGA Championship has world class greens, and plenty of ways to go green as well.
Greentopia is Greater Rochester and the Finger Lakes' celebration of all things sustainable.
Two companies have combined to turn the waste generated by Greek yogurt production into green energy.
A local dental practice is using the earth's natural underground energy to keep patients comfortable while their teeth are cleaned.
Monroe County has transformed Rochester's Civic Center Parking Garage roof into an eco-friendly plaza.
The dog days of summer will be more enjoyable this year for one group of canines. They're enjoying an upgrade that's also good for the environment.
Camp SustainAgility is new summer camp designed to teach middle school-aged children about sustainability and empower them with the skills to reshape the future.
It's a new program at Rochester's Distillery Restaurants to help the environment one straw at a time in this week's Go Green Report.
The third annual "Go Green with Michael Viggiani" will be held Thursday, June 20 at the Rochester Museum & Science Center.
When it came to the design and construction of the University of Rochester's new residence hall, the focus was on sustainability.
Noreen Riordan admires the beauty of a healthy Ash tree, but this spring a casual look around reveals their numbers are rapidly declining.
The Town of Penfield installed an electric car charging station at its library just over a year ago, and it's been so well received the town just installed another one.
Socially Good Business takes a different approach to keep the environment in mind.
The Oasis of Grace at St. Joseph's Park had fallen into disrepair. But now work is going on to bring it back to life.
Rochester School wins state "Recycle-Bowl".
At Lighthouse Gardens in Honeyoe Falls, spring work is underway.
The organic food movement is taking hold in our area. No one knows that better than a local man who specializes in growing organic.
Spring is a great time to clean out your closet.One local organization is making sure all of that trash doesn't end up in the landfill.
Sierra Club hopes to help Great Lakes.
Taking steps towards a healthy and green lawn.
The warmer temperatures coming our way can bring some uninvited guests into our homes. We look at ways to manage pests, without harmful pesticides.
A new, local online business is helping people connect with an eco-friendly life.