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Recycle electronics at Laptop Challenge

Join forces with the Kansas City Federal Reserve Bank to get used laptops into the hands of those who need them by donating old computers to the Employer Laptop Challenge.

The advent of COVID-19 has widened the digital divide, making it more difficult than ever for those who cannot afford a computer to home school their […]

Hop on your bike for KC Bike Month

In the days of COVID-19, bicycling has become even more popular with adults and children as a way to get outside, get some exercise and have an adventure, while safely distancing. May is (still) Bike Month, but like everything else these days, there are a few adjustments to some of the group events locally and […]

Farmers’ markets are opening for the season

With new safety protocols in place, farmers’ markets are opening with locally raised vegetables, fruit, herbs, meat, eggs and flowers. Find a market near you in Kansas City and beyond.

To locate farmers’ markets throughout the United States, go to the USDA Local Food Directory and search by city and state.

In the Kansas City metro area, farmers’ markets have adjusted […]

Drive Electric Earth Day goes virtual

If you’ve been thinking about trading a gas guzzler in for an electric vehicle, you can learn all about them at the Drive Electric Earth Day live, virtual event today.

Join Plug In America, the Electric Auto Association and Sierra Club at 1 p.m. (CST), Wednesday, April 22 to learn about the advantages of electric vehicles […]

Earth Day goes big & virtual for its 50th

Earth Day 2020 will be bigger than ever on its 50th anniversary this year, offering participants the rare opportunity to join events around the world as it all goes virtual in response to COVID-19.

Here’s how you can participate. Earth Day will be live, interactive events in Kansas City and worldwide so participants can safely attend from home for […]