SUNY Oswego will host its first sustainability fair this evening to promote green products and services. The fair is free of charge and will house 50 vendors that will promote their green initiatives. Thad Mantaro was one of the organizers of the fair, and is happy with how the fair came to fruition.
"It started as an idea to get the green word out to the community," said Mantaro, "It has organically grown into something more."
The fair features innovative green technologies for anyone interested. Visitors can also test-drive alternative fuel vehicles such as the electrically powered fuel-cell Equinox by Chevrolet. Mantaro said that he hopes that the fair will turn into an annual event.