Wilton Go Green will host the 2nd Annual Zero Waste Faire on Saturday, March 23 from 11am to 4pm at Wilton High School Field House
The Zero Waste Faire is a special event designed to educate, inspire, entertain, and engage the town of Wilton and neighboring communities about zero waste living.
By sharing information and ideas from speakers, exhibitors, media, and discussions of current issues, the Faire, a Zero Waste event,
will help advance Zero Waste practices that benefit everyone.
With your participation, this event will be even more dynamic than last year’s, which received broad accolades, featured over 100 exhibitors, and had an attendance of over 1000 people of all ages from CT, NY and MA.
Learn more about the Zero Waste Faire here.
The next meeting of the Zero Waste Schools Coalition will coincide with the 2nd Zero Waste Faire in Wilton on Saturday, March 23, 2019 from 10-11:30am.
WHO should join: Any interested stakeholder in starting or continuing to reduce waste in schools and communities (i.e. administrators, teachers, custodians, food service employees, parents, community members, and students).
WHY: As part of Wilton Go Green’s Zero Waste Initiatives, the Zero Waste Schools Coalition was formed to create a platform for schools in Connecticut and beyond to connect, learn and share ways to introduce or enhance programming to reduce waste in our schools.
Learn more! Wilton Zero Waste Schools