Saturday August 26 10am-6pm After Hours Concert 6:15pm- 8:30pm Sunday August 27 10am-5pm

Environmental Row

at Elmwood and Lafayette

The Elmwood Avenue Festival of the Arts has always maintained a strong environmental aspect to the planning, development and operation of the festival. EAFA is the only free, family friendly arts event to have a comprehensive environmental focus in New York State. Did you know that every year the Festival plants a tree to help offset our carbon footprint?
Come and learn about clean, renewable energy. Check out the status of our local waterways and see what’s growing green in Buffalo. Now is your chance to become informed and get involved with local environmental groups! If possible, please walk to the Festival, carpool or ride your bike! We are committed to better tomorrow.

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2017 Participants

University at Buffalo Genome, Environment and Microbiome
Community of Excellence
(
buffalo.edu/genomeenvironmentmicrobiome.html)

Buffalo Olmsted Parks Conservancy (bfloparks.org)

Citizens for Regional Transit (citizenstransit.org)

City of Buffalo Recycling/34 and More (buffalorecycles.org)

Erie County Department of Environment and Planning (erie.gov/environment)

Food Not Bombs (facebook.com/BuffaloFNB)

GoBike Buffalo (gobikebuffalo.org)

Sierra Club Niagara  (niagarasierraclub.com)

Renewable Energy Task-force- WNY Peace Center (wnypeace.org/new/projects.html)

Residents of the Elmwood Village for Green Code Enforcement (facebook.com/groups/220535638286866)

Waste Not Want Not (facebook.com/wnwnbuffalo)

Wild Spirit Education (wildspirit.org)

WNY Chapter of the American Meteorlogical Society (facebook.com/amswnychapter)

Residents of the Elmwood Village for Green Code Enforcement