Welcome to the Southern Tier Goes Green Events Calendar!


Are we missing something? To add your meeting or event to this calendar, fill out this form.


What is this calendar and how can you submit an event? Here's a short video!

 All Susquehanna Group meetings and events can be found here. Click on each event to add it to your own calendar!

Many other local groups have events featured here as well. Here are some of those groups and what they stand for:

  • Ahwaga Canoe and Kayak ClubSince 1994, members of the Ahwaga Canoe and Kayak Club have been getting together on rivers, lakes and streams to enjoy the camaraderie of paddling and the beauty of the outdoors.
  • Binghamton University LibrariesThe Binghamton University Science Library is excited to serve as a Sustainability Hub on campus. The purpose of the hub is to foster stronger collaboration, bolster engagement, empower students, faculty, and staff to learn and engage in sustainability topics. It also creates a space, both virtual and physical, that brings together, supports, and promotes all sustainability-related initiatives, education opportunities, and events occurring on campus.
  • Environmental Management Council: The Broome County Environmental Management Council (EMC) is a citizen advisory group to County government on local environmental matters. Our mission is to provide support and advice to the County Executive, Legislature, municipal bodies and citizens; conduct environmental research activities; raise public awareness through education; investigate sound methods of ecological planning for the County’s natural resources;  review environmental assessments, plans and reports; and to respond to other environmental concerns as they arise.
  • Naturalist Club of Broome County: A family-oriented club, founded in 1950, dedicated to the enjoyment, exploration, and protection of the natural world.
  • Ross Park Zoo: Binghamton’s Ross Park Zoo is dedicated to promoting awareness and stewardship of our natural world, in our community and globally, through education, conservation, and community engagement.
  • Southern Tier Bicycle Club: The purpose of the Southern Tier Bicycle Club is to promote general interest in cycling activities, in particular to promote bicycle commuting, touring, and racing; to encourage public authorities to allocate facilities on public lands for the use of cyclists, in particular bikeways, and to secure bicycle parking; improve the public's awareness of the cyclist's purpose, rights, and vulnerabilities; to provide social and athletic recreation for its members. The STBC calendar can be found here.
  • Triple Cities Hiking Club: The purpose of the Triple Cities Hiking Club is to bring together those who enjoy hiking and the out-of-doors and to support activities and projects which promote the use of natural resources for hiking and other similar forms of outdoor recreation.
  • The Triple Cities Ski Club: (TCSC) is an outstanding resource for local skiers since 1965. The club offers substantial discounts on lift tickets; affordable ski trips to local, regional, western and international destinations; plus year-round social, outdoor and fitness activities - not just skiing.
  • VINES: Volunteers Improving Neighborhood Environments, INC. (VINES) is an organization committed to developing a sustainable and just community food system. We do this by bringing together diverse groups of people, with a focus on youth development, to establish community gardens, urban agriculture and community green spaces. We strive to develop and beautify urban sites and empower community members of all ages and abilities.
  • Waterman Conservation Education Center: The mission of Waterman Conservation Education Center is to promote conservation education and environmental literacy. We serve our members, the citizens of the Twin Tiers of New York State and Pennsylvania, and all visitors to our wildlife refuge system.