Whether you’re environmentally conscious or your attendees expect you to reduce your carbon footprint, knowing how to plan a sustainable event is a needed skill in today’s world. With so many things to consider when you organize an event ... READ MORE
When soil gets saturated with water, the ground can produce nitrous oxide, a greenhouse gas that depletes the ozone, the layer that protects plants and animals on Earth from harmful ultraviolet light.
For context, nitrous oxide is 310 times ... READ MORE
We're proud to announce our latest Green Business partner: Sara-Bay Financial.
About Sara-Bay Financial
A Sarasota registered investment advisor, founded in 1993, Sara-Bay Financial offers both growth and dividend income options, ranging from ... READ MORE
One third of homes in Florida rely on septic systems, or onsite sewage treatment and disposal systems (OSTDS), to treat and dispose of household wastewater, which includes wastewater from bathrooms, kitchen sinks and laundry machines. When properly ... READ MORE
You’ve probably seen more people carrying around reusable water bottles during the last few years. These bottles are made of glass, metal, or sturdy plastic, making them more durable—and thus reusable—than your typical disposable water ... READ MORE
From banana peels to cardboard boxes to cans of soda, these items are hauled to their final resting places at the landfills—to be incinerated or to decompose over months or years. In 2014, Florida’s municipal solid waste (MSW) collections ... READ MORE
“Oh where does all my money go?” Do you need help managing your finances so that your family can realize more of their needs and wants? Family members of all ages must learn to communicate and understand what their financial situation ... READ MORE
By Shelley Swenson and Sherri Kraeft, UF IFAS/Wakulla Extension
Campers are having a great week at Project Runway. They had hat day, they made duct tape art and lots of other fun things. These hands-on-learning experiences ... READ MORE