Bard staff and off-campus students would like access to resources that allow them to engage in sustainable behaviors. While many on-campus resources are only for campus residents, it is possible to find similar programs off campus.
Red Hook 10% Challenge participants demonstrate how to compost at Mac's Agway
- Red Hook residents (including both Village of Tivoli and RH) can access the Red Hook Recycle Center—purchase a permit at Town Hall.
- It is Dutchess County law for your landlord to provide a drop off area for recycling and for collection of the materials.
- Electronics can be recycled through Best Buy in Kingston. Other "technotrash" like CDs and rechargeable batteries are also accepted there. You can ship items like VHS and cassette tapes to GreenDisk for a small fee.
- Materials can be reused through bartering or donations to the Salvation Army, Goodwill, or Hudson Valley E-cycle.
- Facebook: Bard College Bartering Community
- Salvation Army Family Store, 884 Ulster Ave, Kingston, NY 12401, Mon. – Sat., 9:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m., Sun: Closed
- Goodwill, 1306 Ulster Avenue Kingston, NY 12401, 845-336-3303 Services: Retail, Donations. Donation Guidelines
- Hudson Valley Craigslist
- neighborgoods.net save money and resources by sharing items with people in your community!