MMMMay: Minimize, Mulch-Mow, and Meadow

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It’s May, and the insects are buzzing, the flowers are budding, and your nose might be running. You may have heard of the “No Mow May” movement, which encourages homeowners […]

Guyot Walk Restoration Project

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The Guyot Walk is a hidden gem of natural serenity located in the center of Princeton. The path is named for a former Princeton resident, Arnold Guyot (pronounced ghee-YO), who taught geology […]

How to Start Composting in Princeton

So you want to start composting but aren’t sure where to start? There are 5 main ways to manage your food waste currently in Princeton. We’ll outline each one and […]

Sustainable Landscapers Resource List

We are creating a new list of Sustainable Landscapers* that will be featured on our website and promoted to the community. If you would like to be included on this […]

Certify Your Yard

Showcase your sustainable yard with these certification programs. River-Friendly Ensure your property is River-Friendly through the Watershed Institute.  Complete their easy survey and meet 75% of the qualifications to be […]

Changing the Landscape: 2022 Year in Review

2022 was an unbe-leaf-able year for Sustainable Princeton’s Changing the Landscape Campaign. From native plants to electric landscaping equipment, the campaign raised awareness and educated community members about sustainable landscaping […]

My Quick Home Energy Check-Up

By Lisa Nicolaison   Have you heard about PSE&G’s Quick Home Energy Check-Ups (QHEC)? With winter on its way, I decided to schedule a free check-up for my home and learn […]

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