Keep Nassau Beautiful celebrates Florida Arbor Day by inviting Nassau County residents to receive up to two trees at a free, drive-thru event.
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.
Join Hands May 21st, 2016 and say NO to dirty fuels and YES to clean energy.
A new ordinance on Amelia Island has been implemented to keep the beaches and waterways of the barrier island clean of beach debris and safe for locals, visitors and wildlife. Visitors to the island will find instructing new ordinance in place mandating that any personal property left or abandoned on the beach will be removed and destroyed.
Surf Asylum and Waxhead Sun Defense Foods have organized the inaugural Coastal Crusaders Beach Clean Up, a grassroots effort to remove litter from our beaches, starting right here on Amelia Island.
First they reel you in with incentives and credits, than they turn on you and wack you with a new tax. Taxing sunrays? Come on.
Learn how to identify and remove invasive plants that may be in your yard, receive native plant and invasive plant ID cards!
Come witness the first Amelia Tree Conservancy Tree Planting Celebration to be held on Tuesday, January 21 at 10 a.m.
Over the last 4 years, Fernandina Beach, Duval County and the SAISSA property owners have spent over $35M to nourish their beaches.
Florida homeowners are becoming more aware of the need for energy efficiency and conservation.
How many of these enviromental friendly practices do you remember?
Wine and Cheese, good company and of course… fabulous Cork purses, shoes, hats, boots and more!
My 90 year old grandmother has sent a great tip on how we can reuse those plastic bottle caps!
Teens like to be cool and being cool means being green or environmentally friendly, right? Well, not always.