Do we really need a law written to stop using plastic straws?
How much could be done if we pitched in two hours to clean the beaches of July 4th debris?
There is a huge outcry from our community to save this property, a natural habitat for wildlife.
Spring cleaning at its finest is when you have a place to drop off all of your recycles and hazardous discards – check out the Fernandina Beach Recycle Event and Food Drive.
At White Oak’s STEM camp, kids will explore conservation as they learn about the threats animals face world wide and the work necessary to ensure the survival of wildlife.
Master gardener volunteer, Bea Walker, will conduct a presentation on how to create a wildlife habitat in your landscape.
The Nassau County Extension office is offering a short course about irrigation selection for small farms vegetable and crop production.
This clean-up is specifically for the purpose of getting fireworks debris off the beach before it washes into the sea at high tide, so we will get out at first light to begin to pick up what we can.
Join the Nassau County Sierra Club for a free family-friendly movie, The Whale,at the Fernandina Beach library July 4th at 6:45 pm, before the fireworks start downtown.
Almost one-third of the earth’s land is used for agriculture, of this, over 40% sees intensive or modernized farming. Here are three ways in which irresponsible agricultural practices hurt the environment:
This FREE award-winning film screening exposes the criminal and highly-profitable harvesting of shark fins, face shark poachers, and a corrupt court system.
Learn about palms at a FREE class from the series “Landscape Matters”.
Join Hands May 21st, 2016 and say NO to dirty fuels and YES to clean energy.
It’s Time for Fernandina’s Recycling Event and Barnabas Center Food Drive; held on Amelia Island April 16th, beginning at 7:00 AM.
Nassau County Extension Agent and Master Gardeners offer several FREE (usually) presentations on a variety of outdoor and landscape topics.