Despite the 90-degree weather early this week, fall is here! So, now is the perfect time to make sure your home is well insulated to keep winter heating costs to a minimum and do your part to combat climate change.Read More
With just a few minutes a month, you can help reduce flooding and keep our waterways healthy!
It might not seem like a big deal to have leaves, grass and other organic materials in the streets, but rain will swiftly carry these items into storm drains, feeding unhealthy algae blooms and clogging drains.Read More
According to Ms. Martha Friend, a science teacher at Littlebrook, "students will voluntarily monitor trash, recycling, and compost bins in the cafeteria to prevent contamination."Read More
Look for our Resource Recovery Tent at the Princeton Farmers Market once a month throughout the season.Read More