WHAT: 7th Annual Buffalo Enviro-Fair in Niagara Square. This year it falls on Arbor Day. Many local organizations will interact with the public about ways to steward their planet.
Exhibits will include: Reinstein Woods, Healing Waters Fly Fishing, Re-Tree WNY, Erie County Department of Environment and Planning, The Great Green Store, Hazman, Inc., Rubberform Recycled Products, Viridian Energy, CIR Electrical, Dig Safely NY, Buffalo Olmsted Parks Conservancy, Buffalo Central Terminal Restoration Corp, Buffalo in Bloom, Master Gardeners, Garden Walk/The National Garden Festival, Natale Homes/ Rivera Greens, Senator Mark Grisanti (Environmental Committee Chair), Lake Shore Savings Bank (free flower seed packets), and many more.
Admission is FREE.
A tree will be planted by Re-Tree WNY after a brief speech in the Square at 12:15pm.
There will be free tree seedlings distributed. Re-Tree WNY will be selling re-usable totes for $3.00 each to benefit their voluntary reforesting of the Buffalo area.
Sponsors are CIR Electrical, Sen. Mark Grisanti, Hazman, Inc., Rubberform Recycled Products, and Dig Safely NY.
WHERE: Niagara Square (in front of Buffalo City Hall) 65 Niagara Street Buffalo, N.Y., 14202
WHEN: FRIDAY (April 26, 2013) - RAIN or SHINE 11 a.m.-2 p.m. (Brief press conference at NOON in Square. Planting of tree at 12:15pm in area near City Hall)