Green on the Green

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Green on the Green Day - 

Hudson's Environment Expo


September 19, 2020

From 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on the Gazebo Green.

Walk, Run or Ride Your Bike!

Green on the Green is a fun, educational event featuring exhibitors from across the region offering information on everything from solar panels, energy efficiency, and green home products, to tree planting, recycling tips, composting, rain barrels, and organic landscaping.

Join us to learn why going green isn't just for Earth Day - it's for every day!

Photos from Green on the Green 2016
For Vendors: To participate, please complete the vendor form. Businesses for profit will be required to provide a Certificate of Insurance and pay a $10.00 fee. Please make check payments payable to the "City of Hudson". Credit card payments are accepted. A $1.00 convenience fee will apply to all credit card payments. DEADLINE to register is September 7th!

Tentative Plan of Events / Activities

Time Events Information
9 am to 1 pm Electronic Waste Collection by E-Waste Monitors, computers, and TVs will not be accepted at the event. These items can be dropped off at the e-Waste Hudson location for a fee.

9 am to Noon Document Shredding  Sponsored by Merrill Lynch of Hudson
10:00 am Rainbarrel Workshop  Fill out the form to register.  $40.00 to participate
12:00 pm (NOON) Rain Barrel Raffle  $1.00 per ticket.  Rain barrel for 2018 is shown below. Tickets can be purchased at event or at Destination Hudson and Public Works Department.
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Rain Barrel Workshop 

The will be a rain barrel workshop at the Green on Green event at 10 am presented by the Environment Awareness committee and Summit Soil and Water Conservation District.  The cost is $40.00 to assemble and take home a rain barrel. To participate, please complete the Rainbarrel Workshop form. Space is limited.  

A rain barrel is a container that collects water from a roof as it flows through a downspout. Because the rain barrel collects and slows down the runoff, it not only conserves water, but also helps filter out pollutants and prevents erosion and flooding. Rain barrels are an easy, practical way to control excess storm water and reduce the negative effects of pollution.

The installation and use of a rain barrel will also generate savings on water and sewer bills and may result in credits toward storm water fees. In Summit County, where the average annual rainfall amounts to around 37 inches, a one-inch rainfall draining off a 1000-square-foot roof will generate about 562 gallons of water. The water collected in the rain barrel can be used for lawn and garden watering, which makes up nearly 40% of total household water use in the summer season.

2018 Rainbarrel Art Raffle


Rain Barrel Workshop

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