Come to the next Solarize Pelham* workshop to find out more about how you can save money by going solar and benefit the environment at the same time. Following on last week's successful launch of the Solarize Pelham campaign, we will be holding our next Solarize workshop on Wednesday evening, March 28th, at 7 p.m. The […]
We'll meet in the morning and EcoPel members will divide up the volunteers and send them to the various cleanup sites. Children must be accompanied by their parents or other responsible adults. We will have a limited supply of work gloves to give out, but it's better to bring your own. We will distribute trash bags. […]
This native plant restoration and service learning event will be held with Girl and Boy Scout troops and any other interested volunteers in coordination with Westchester Parks Foundation on "Pitch in for Parks Day." Special thanks also go to NYC's Greenbelt Native Plant Center for Providing Plants. We'll talk a little about the history of […]
Tag Sale with All Proceeds Donated to EcoPel Show your green-ness in a couple of positive ways. Purchase gently used and some new furniture and household items at a Tag Sale in Pelham Manor = GREEN Pay for the items with your cash, all of it going to EcoPel = GREEN Mothers Day is just around the corner. […]
We'll meet at 10 a.m. at the Pelham Metro-North station.
Save the date to support pedal power in Westchester and beyond!
EcoPel joins with the student-sponsored group Pelham Eliminates Plastics (PEP) for a post-Halloween town cleanup.
The Picture House and @EcoPel invite you to a FREE film screening of The Game Changers. Directed by Oscar-winning documentary filmmaker Louie Psihoyos, it tells the story of James Wilks, elite Special Forces trainer and The Ultimate Fighter winner, as he travels the world on a quest to uncover the optimal diet for human performance. […]
Mark your calendar. The first presentation in the Sustainability Series with Ron Kamen of @earthkind_energy is right around the corner.
Pelham's own Tai Montanarella, manager of school and family programs at the New York Botanical Garden, will speak about designing a native plant garden and recognizing and avoiding invasive species.
Features a Q&A with our experts, Rich Heller and Fiona Watt.