CLAVERACK — The Claverack Free Library will host a virtual program on Zoom aimed at adults, teens, and tweens who want to learn how to create a more sustainable environment. The program will be held 4-5:30 p.m. Oct. 17. Members of the citizens’ group Zero Waste Columbia and Columbia County’s Department of Solid Waste Management will offer practical ways to rethink, reduce, refuse, reuse, repair, recycle and recover waste to adopt a more sustainable lifestyle. Small changes can have a large economic, environmental and community impact. “Zero in” on more ways to act locally to lessen environmental degradation and create a more sustainable, resilient and prosperous world for future generations. Zero Waste Columbia is a citizens group committed to volunteerism, education, and collaboration with individuals and organizations to reimagine resource flows, adapting behavior, and improving processes that move toward zero waste. Members of Zero Waste Columbia come from many different towns across Columbia County. This program is sponsored by the Claverack Free Library in association with Columbia County libraries, The Town of Claverack, and the Claverack Climate Smart Communities Task Force. For login information RSVP to or call the Claverack Library at 518-851-5667. An RSVP is required to receive Zoom login prior to the event.


  • Starting Saturday, October 17th, 2020, repeated every day until Sunday, October 18, 2020 @ 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm

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