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Together We Can Reduce Local Greenhouse Gases!

The momentum for energy efficiency, environmental sustainability, and economic security is growing right here in the Town of Brighton, New York.

ColorBrightonGreen.org, a non-profit organization, supports business, municipal, school, and residential energy reduction measures in our town, in concert with climate protection efforts by other towns and cities across the country.

Through community education and simple, thoughtful actions, our goal is to reduce local greenhouse gas emissions.

  • Eco-Fair 2021 Participants and Updates (9/15/2021) -

    Please check back often as we update the Eco-Fair participating groups, news and updates! Signup here for the 2021 Eco-Fair


  • Planting Native for a Healthier Lawn and a Happier Family (4/28/2021) -

    Brighton Memorial Library and ColorBrightonGreen present:

    Pollinator Presentation: Planting Native for a Healthier Lawn and a Happier Family Wednesday, April 21, 7-8pm online.

    Join Tom Snyder, Director of Programming and Conservation Action of the Seneca Park Zoo as he explains the benefits of planting native on your property and around your town. Learn how native [...]

  • Renewable Electricity with CCA What’s Next (2/26/2021) -

    With 100% renewable electricity now is our opportunity to expand our lifestyle to include low carbon transportation and high-efficient home heating and cooling. The technology is available, achievable, and affordable. Curious about electric vehicles? Is the ancient basement furnace reaching end of life? Considering Geothermal or an air-sourced heat-pump? It is time to think about [...]

  • Buckland Park New Trail Tree Planting (11/22/2020) -

    ColorBrightonGreen has donated trees as part of the Buckland Park upgrade. Several community members including George Smith planted trees along the new trail.

    The new trail is open! The Parks Dept has completed chipping and rolling, and the orange cones and “town personnel only” signs have been removed. We saw and spoke to a few [...]

  • Webinar: RENEW Climate Fund (9/9/2020) -

    PDF: RENEW Climate Fund Sept 2020

    Offset your carbon and Make Local Homes of Low-Income Homeowners Energy Efficient, Healthier and Safer

    By working collaboratively, Rochester Energy Efficiency & Weatherization (RENEW) and community partners have invested over $3.7M into the homes of hundreds of homeowners in our area. This work is making homes an average of [...]