American Rivers is the leading organization working to protect and restore the nation’s rivers and streams. Rivers connect us to each other, nature, and future generations. Since 1973, American Rivers has fought to preserve these connections, helping protect and restore more than 150,000 miles of rivers through advocacy efforts, on-the-ground projects, and the annual release of America’s Most Endangered Rivers®.
We appreciate the beautiful sight of hundreds of birds taking wing as we walk a beach or cruise by an island in our boat or personal watercraft. But repeated disturbances inadvertently threaten the survival of our feathered friends.
The Florida Department of Environmental Protection, the lead agency for environmental management and stewardship, is one of the more diverse agencies in state government - protecting our air, water and land. DEP is divided into three primary areas: Regulatory Programs, Land and Recreation, and Water Policy and Ecosystem Restoration. Florida's environmental priorities include achieving regulatory certainty, consistency and protection, getting the water quality and quantity right in Florida, and ensuring our residents and visitors have more opportunities to enjoy Florida’s award-winning state parks.
Keep Indian River Beautiful believes that each of us holds an obligation to preserve and protect our environment. Through our everyday choices and actions, we collectively have a huge impact on our world. It's really a simple concept, but one with far reaching effects.
Mother Ocean is a nonprofit organization dedicated to creating, inspiring, and empowering ocean advocates worldwide.
Education and awareness are the first steps in creating new ocean advocates.
Garden TV show host Joe Lamp’l of Growing a Greener World delivers the latest green living trends mixed with organic and vegetable gardening tips.
The National Elephant Center is a 225-acre home for elephants with the potential to expand in the future. We provide short-term and long-term care for North American elephants in support of the accredited zoo population and for the welfare of elephants in need.
Located in Fellsmere, Florida, The Center is home to flexible habitats for both African and Asian bull (male) elephants, herds and social groupings.
The type of structure or method you choose to make compost is really a matter of personal preference. If you are the do-it-yourself type, you may want to build your own structure using materials like wood, welded wire, concrete blocks or wooden pallets. Pre-fabricated ready-built bins and drum turning units are also available. Many manufactured bins are being made from recycled plastic. If attractiveness of the bin is important, you may want to purchase a manufactured bin.
Do you have leftover or unwanted medicine at home? This website has the information about how to properly and safely dispose of those medicines.
This site is the main site for the City of Sebastian. It contains information on all city functions and departments.