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City, town of Geneva team up for “Mission Zero” environmental awareness fair Saturday

The city of Geneva Green Committee and the town of Geneva’s Sustainability Committee are teaming up to present “Mission Z­­ero: Creating New Pathways for Living in Harmony with the Earth” on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Geneva Community Center, 160 Carter Road.


City Councilor Jan Regan highlights a few of the events.

Richard Cox with the city’s Green Committee says his group and the town’s Sustainability Committee are working together on a number of long term projects.


The event will also include the town’s popular fix-it clinic, usually held at the Town Hall. Listen to my full Inside the FLX conversation with Jan Regan and Richard Cox below.


The event’s many features highlighting earth-friendly practices and initiatives include:

  • Total Recall, a pop-up vintage clothing and accessory shop (all day)
  • “Kitchen Hacks,” a cooking demonstration by Chef Sam Buyskes on using leftovers to create great meals for everyday family meals (11 am)
  • Making Geneva a More Pedestrian and Bike-Friendly City, a presentation and update on the Downtown Renovation Initiative (1 pm)
  • The Town of Geneva “Fix It” Clinic, where volunteer “handy people” offer repair and advice on small household appliances (such as lamps, vacuum cleaners, etc.) (all day)
  • Silo Food Truck, offering foods sourced from local ingredients, including both vegan and meat options, parked in front of the Center (11-2)
  • The Story of Stuff,” short films presented every hour on the half-hour
  • A Kids’ Corner, with hands-on painting and planting activities (all day)

In addition to presentations, about 25 booths featuring information on composting, recycling, sustainable home products, locally grown produce, solar options in the Finger Lakes, heat pumps and weatherizing homes for comfort and cost reduction, solar homes and numerous conservation and environmental offerings.

The day is in celebration of both Earth Day and Arbor Day and offered free to the public. For more information, please contact Jan Regan at [email protected] or Richard Cox at [email protected]



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