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Start planning your native plant garden now

It may still be winter outside, but it’s not too early to start planning a native plant garden at this free, workshop designed for new homeowners, beginning gardeners and those curious about native plants.

Learn about favorite native species, how and where to plant natives and simple garden templates to try in your garden at Introduction to […]

Recycle holiday trees, lights and glass

When the holiday celebrations are over, recycle your Christmas tree, greenery, lights and glass at these local drop-off and curbside sites.

Tree recycling: Overland Park, KS

The city of Overland Park has four locations to recycle Christmas trees and other natural holiday foliage. These items can be recycled through Sunday, January 7 at the following locations:

Young’s Park, […]

Take the family to Tremendous Trees days

This week while the kids are on holiday break, take a winter hike and learn about Missouri trees at the free, Tremendous Trees days from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. through Friday, December 29.

This walk-in event is open to all ages and includes nature activities, a tree hike and art project at the Anita B. […]

Promote eco-products, services & events

If your company or organization has eco-friendly products, services or events to promote, you can reach a targeted audience with your message in Greenability Weekly and on the Greenability website.

Each year, Greenability promotes more sustainability events, services and products than any other local news media, reaching an online audience of 15,000+ weekly subscribers. Eco-friendly products and services […]

Donate to a more sustainable Kansas City

As you consider year-end giving, take a look at the local organizations that support organic farming, energy-efficiency, recycling, tree plantings, clean water and environmental education.

Here are just a few of the many organizations working for a more sustainable Kansas City.

The Giving Grove and Kansas City Community Gardens

Help plant edible trees and vegetable gardens for low-income communities […]