Drug take-back days help keep medicines from entering streams and rivers when poured down the drain or flushed down the toilet.
More than one billion people participate in Earth Day activities on April 22, making it the largest civic observance in the world.
This is your opportunity to get a little spring cleaning done around your home without worrying about how to dispose of certain items.
Discover Amelia Island’s Unique Beaches and how to avoid “sand wars” like those in SE Florida.
Ideas to reduce holiday waste includes re-gifting that fruit cake you get from your great aunt every year; no one eats it anyway.
Fernandina Beach reported 75.55 tons of recycled garbage with the new program, more than doubling the trash compared to the old system.
Budget constraints dropped Sustainable Fernandina from the city. Will the effort be continued as a citizens’ initiative?
With one cleanup in the morning and the other in the afternoon, why not do both?
Fernandina residents get a 65g cart to replace the little blue recycle bins currently used. We can recycle more materials, too.
With the Summer Season behind us, it’s once again time to turn our beaches pristine again. Come help cleaning them.
Sustainable Fernandina, in partnership with Fort Clinch State Park and Keep Nassau Beautiful, will hold another Adopt-a-Shore cleanup.
Nassau County announced today that affected areas of the county will begin receiving aerial spraying for mosquitos.
The importation of tomatoes from the ECOWAS into the continental US still provides protection against quarantine pests.
After flooding events, personal hygiene plays an important role in reducing illnesses such as dysentery and gastroenteritis.
Fernandina Beach begins evaluating 8th Street for redevelopment strategies.