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.
Images of the Greenway is a visual introduction to Fernandina’s lush Greenway, a protected area along Egans Creek that displays the island’s breathtaking natural beauty.
There are a lot of variations between indoor mold and outdoor mold, but sometimes they could be hard to tell apart. Here are some ways:
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.
Fernandina Beach is hosting the Annual Hazardous Waste Clean-Up and Recycle Event from 8:00am – 2:00pm on Saturday, April 18th, 2015
A couple of PCs left running throughout the night may seem like a good idea, but then when the power bill piles up it delivers a punch.
The use of toxic and chemical pesticides can cause allergies and prompt asthma. Consider their influence before selecting chemicals as an option.
Each year, between Publix, Winn Dixie and Harris Teeter, we give out over 4 million plastic bags.
Lights at the Dolphin Ave and Main Beach Parking lots will be improved to prevent sea turtle disorientation. City receives up to $12K from grant programs.
The fine City of Fernandina Beach is hosting a Hazardous Waste Clean-up and Recycle Event on Saturday, April 26, 2014.
See a variety of wildlife food plot and livestock forages and learn from University of Florida experts who will answer your questions.
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.