Each spring, Buffalo’s environmental organizations come together in front of City Hall to showcase the latest and greatest in the green movement (and how it pertains to Buffalo). The Buffalo Enviro-Fair is free to attend and takes place rain or shine.
Whether you’re a person that believes in planting trees, or cleaning up our waterways, or you think that wind and solar is the way to go, the Enviro-Fair is a great way to be introduced to the local earth movers and tree shakers in the area. At the event, you snag some good swag too! From reusable bags to tree seedlings to green cars, there’s plenty to see, do, and take away. There’s even going to be a tree planting effort underway on that same day.
Come down and check out the latest from organizations and businesses such as CIR Electrical, Fresh Air Fund, PUSH Green, Erie County Environmental Planning, Buffalo Olmsted Parks Conservancy, Buffalo in Bloom, Master Gardeners, Re-Tree, NY State Department of Environmental Conservation, NY Parks Interpretive Program, Buffalo Animal Shelter
The eighth annual Buffalo Enviro-Fair | Celebrating Earth Month | In front of City Hall on Arbor Day, Friday, April 25th from 11am-2pm | Press conference will be held at 12:15pm | www.buffaloenvirofair.com
Photo: ReTree WNY – one of the attendees at the fair, and also organizing the tree planting effort