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25 Jan

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...

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28 Dec

<strong>Changing the Landscape: 2022 Year in Review</strong>

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...

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23 Nov

<strong>My Quick Home Energy Check-Up</strong>

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...

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16 Nov

<strong>All Aboard for Better Transit to Princeton Junction</strong>

Some more voices are speaking up in favor of New Jersey Transit’s proposal for a major expansion of the “Dinky Corridor,” the transit-dedicated line from...

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29 Sep

Want a Carbon-Free Commute? Sustainable Princeton, High School Biking Club Can Help

If you want to see the latest and greatest in electric vehicles and electric bicycles be sure to check out Sustainable Princeton’s “eCommuter Fest: Celebrating...

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28 Sep

Princeton school district applies for federal grant to add electric school buses to transportation fleet

A $250,000 rebate, if the grant application is approved, would reduce the cost of a full-size EV school bus to $145,000 – the same cost...

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22 Sep

An Expanded eCommuter Fest Moves to Choir College Campus

During the pandemic, Sustainable Princeton’s eCommuter Fest drew crowds of up to 600 people to Princeton Shopping Center, eager to examine electric vehicles and learn...

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21 Sep

Local Schools Lead Sustainability Efforts On Multiple Fronts

The Green movement is gaining momentum locally and throughout the country, and Princeton schools are taking leadership roles in showing the way towards sustainability. Princeton...

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27 Jun

Princeton Council explores automated trash collection; bringing back organic waste collection

The Princeton Council has asked a consultant to prepare bid documents for a new trash-hauling contract that would also bring back the organic waste collection...

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11 May

Ordinance Restricting Use of Gas Leaf Blowers Goes Into Effect

As of Monday, landscapers and homeowners will have to care for their lawns without the use of gas-powered leaf blowers. May 16 marks the end...

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