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Call to all Member-Owners looking to invest time while investing in protecting the heart at one or both of our upcoming Earth Month Recycling Drives!
Help is needed on 4/13 from 8:30 am-1pm for the Paint Recycling Event(Harriet Gibbons School Lot across from Co-op 75 Watervliet Ave)
Tasks include; Traffic Control, Moving and Sorting Paint Cans, the event will entail lots of time walking/moving
Help is needed on 4/20 9:45 am-3:15 pm for E-waste Recycling Drive (HWFC Parking Lot)
Tasks include Traffic Directing, lifting, moving, and sorting electronics, the event will entail lots of time walking/moving
Email to sign up for a time investment shift during these events, the more the merrier!! 



GreenSheen Paint Collection
Saturday, 4/13/2024 - 9AM-1PM

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(Reservation Required)

Random paint cans collecting in your garage or basement? We've got you covered with our first-ever Community Paint Recycling Event on Saturday, April 13th between 9am-1pm across the street in The Harriet Gibbons School Parking Lot!

We’re partnering with Greensheen to collect up your old paint that’s been gathering dust and make sure it’s responsibly recycled instead of ending up in a landfill.

    • Look over the list of acceptable items:
    • Gather any acceptable items and book one 15-minute time slot here on Eventbrite to drop them off during the event.
    • Arrive at the Co-op during your 15-minute time slot on April 13th and we will retrieve the items from your vehicle.
    • All who drop off paint will receive a $5 off coupon to enjoy at the co-op!

That’s it!


    • Interior and exterior architectural paints: Latex, acrylic, water-based, alkyd, oil-based, enamel
    • Deck coatings, floor paints (including elastomeric)
    • Primers sealers, undercoaters
    • Stains
    • Shellacs, sealers, varnishes, urethanes (single component)
    • Waterproofing concrete/masonry/wood sealers and repellants (not tar or bitumen-based)
    • Metal coatings, rust preventatives
    • Field and lawn paints
    • No empty containers. Containers must be intact and not leaking and must have the original manufacturer label.



  • Aerosols (spray cans)
  • Paint thinners, mineral spirits, solvents
  • Auto and marine paint
  • Art and craft paint
  • Caulking compounds, epoxies, glues, adhesives
  • Paint additives, colorants, tints, resins
  • Leaking containers
  • Containers without original manufacturer label


E-Waste Collection Item Guidelines
Saturday, 4/20/2024 - 10AM-3PM

First Come, First Served FREE Event!


Acceptable e-Waste:

  • Batteries
  • Business Machines
  • Cables & IT accessories
  • Cameras
  • Computer peripherals (mice, keyboards, webcams, speakers, microphones)
  • Computers
  • Copiers
  • Electronics Scrap
  • Fax Machines
  • Fluorescent Lamps
  • Gaming devices
  • GPS units
  • Lab & medical electronics
  • Laptops
  • Mainframe/ Midrange
  • Mobile devices (cell Phones, Tablets, PDAs, MP3 players)
  • Monitors
  • Networking Gear
  • Phone systems
  • Power supplies
  • Printers & plotters (ink, toner, & cartridges)
  • Routers & switches
  • Scanners
  • Scientific Equipment
  • Security equipment
  • Servers & server racks
  • Stereo equipment
  • Storage devices (external hard drives, solid state drives, SD cards, memory cards, card readers)
  • Telecommunications Equipment
  • Televisions -"Flat Screen" ONLY NO TUBE TVS
  • Terminals
  • Typewriters
  • UPS
  • Video & audio equipment
  • Wiring & Cabling


Unacceptable e-Waste:

  • Carbon monoxide detectors
  • Dehumidifiers
  • Devices containing liquid mercury (thermostats, switches, medical devices, thermometers)
  • Freon containing devices/materials (refrigerators, air conditioners, dehumidifiers)
  • Gas powered equipment
  • Household hazardous waste
  • Large appliances (stoves, washers, dryers, dishwashers)
  • Liquids
  • PCB ballasts
  • Propane tanks
  • Radioactive materials
  • Small appliances (toasters, vacuum cleaners, coffee makers, irons, hair dryers)
  • Smoke detectors


🌎 5 Earth-Friendly Habits You Can Adopt Right Now 🌏
...and keep up after quarantine ends.

  1. Support Local Farmers. We love local—we work with over 150 farms within 100 miles. You can also support farmers directly by joining a CSA: buy a farm-share in spring, when overhead is at its highest for farmers, and enjoy fresh, local, and organic produce (some include meat and dairy, too!) all season long. For a list of CSAs from our vendors, see below.
  2. Rethink Your Need for New. Next time you find yourself browsing the web for things you didn’t know you wanted, think twice. Use what you have, borrow instead of buying, buy used, and when you do shop, do so with intention: carefully chosen and high quality items last longer, and you’re less likely to get sick of them before their time. Your local Buy Nothing group is a great resource ( for a hyper-local gift economy. 
  3. If It’s Broke, Fix It. This ties into #2. Rather than tossing something out because it’s worn or broken, see if you can mend, reuse, or otherwise restore it. If not, see if you can rehome it. Disposing should be a last resort.
  4. Eat Less Meat. Challenge yourself to enjoy more meals made up of veggies, grains, fruits, and responsibly-sourced dairy. Start with Meatless Mondays or try going vegan or vegetarian for a week. When you do eat meat, see #1.
  5. Reduce Food Waste. We are living in an unusual time that is providing an opportunity to learn to be creative and resourceful. Utilize the ‘scraps’ (sauté those beet greens, save mirepoix scraps or bones in your freezer for stock later), dress up and eat your leftovers, and buy veggies that store well. Cabbage is your friend, you can always count on carrots, and nothing beats beets! 🥕


Supporting Local Farmers During COVID-19

Support farmers directly by joining a CSA: buy a farm-share in spring, when overhead is at its highest for farmers, and enjoy fresh, local, and organic produce (some include meat and dairy, too!) all season long.

Denison Farm, Schaghticoke, NY
Vegetable Share: June through November (22 weeks)
Egg Share: June through November (22 weeks)
Fruit Share: July through mid-October (12 weeks)
Denison Farm is USDA Certified Organic and provides produce to 500 families in the Capital District a weekly share of fresh vegetables, herbs, melons and strawberries over the course of 22 weeks through their CSA. Lots of pick-up locations throughout the region. Learn more and sign up here.

Fox Creek Farm, Schoharie, NY
Vegetable CSA - June to October, 22 weeks
In light of the COVID-19 crisis, Fox Creek Farm will make HOME DELIVERIES of all CSA shares during the 2020 season. Fox Creek Farm operates in Albany, Delmar, Altamont, Schoharie (Gallupville), Clifton Park, and Schenectady. Learn more and sign up here.

Ironwood Farm, Ghent, NY
Certified Organic vegetable CSA, 20 weeks
Certified Organic vegetable operation with three pick-up locations in Columbia County. Specialty crops include winter greens, shoots, ginger, and turmeric. We operate a 9-acre vegetable farm in Ghent, NY. Learn more and sign up here.

Laughing Earth, Cropseyville, NY
Summer FarmShare runs June through October, approximately 22 weeks
Spring Share runs 5 weeks from May 1 through 29.
Laughing Earth is a conserved farm in the hills of Brunswick, where we grow using organic practices and are becoming Certified Organic. Our Members all pick up on the farm, which gives them the opportunity to spend time in our Sharing Garden, where they pick flowers, herbs, and more at their leisure. They also have the option to buy eggs, honey, pork, and chicken from us each week, and can pre-order bulk pork for fall or spring, or a fall turkey. Learn more and sign up here.

Lovin' Mama Farm, Amsterdam, NY
Certified Organic, No-Till Food and Flowers
Three CSA options including NEW! FREE DELIVERY CSA!

Due  to  Coronavirus  closures,  we  are  now  having pop-up markets, drop  points  and  home  delivery. If you are able, we would like to encourage you to pick up at a drop point. This will free up our precious time and resources to continue farm work. Learn more here.

Underground Alchemy, Albany, NY
Locally grown, handcrafted, medicinal herbs
Offering local herb delivery within Albany and Troy for a minimum order of $40
Underground Alchemy is a small scale herbal apothecary in the city of Albany. We handcraft a wide variety of herbal extracts, elixirs, and teas aimed at promoting wellness and supporting self care. Following sustainable and organic methods, over 75 medicinal plants are intensively cultivated with loving care in our perennial gardens. Many others are ethically wildcrafted from nearby fields and forests. We seasonally harvest these botanicals at their most potent times and transform them into restorative and tonic herbal preparations. Email for information about ordering.

Sweet Tree Farm, Carlisle, NY
Grass-fed beef
See for all of our grassfed beef, pork, chicken, and maple syrup products and prices, specials, and to place orders and subscribe to our newsletter. We are currently accepting orders for beef halves and quarters (these will go fast). Updates will also be posted on Instagram @sweet_tree_farm. We will arrange to meet at convenient drop-off locations for all orders. Orders can also be placed at 518 234-7422 and

Two Rock Ranch, Berne, NY
Pasture-raised lamb
Sausage made with 100% lamb... no pork casings.... only lamb! Breakfast Sausage, Hot Italian, Mild Italian, Chorizo all makes a perfect meal! Who cares if you can’t go out to eat ‘cause you can only eat this good at home! We deliver straight to your door! Contact us for all of your lamb needs, sausage, and more! Call 707-364-7547 or send us an email at to get an order started! See our website at

Learn more and find a CSA near you from the Hudson Valley CSA Coalition or the Troy Waterfront Farmers’ Market.