Compost Happens! Free Workshop Saturday, July 8

Home composting of yard waste and select kitchen waste takes materials that could wind up in a landfill and converts it into compost, a useful product for our South Florida gardens. It also avoids the energy and carbon emissions associated with transportation of this material to a centralized final disposal site. Anything that was a plant can

Underline Linear Park – Public Meeting November 9th

Friends of the Underline invite you to attend the third and final public meeting to discuss The Underline’s master plan. Input from “residents living within a half-mile of the future Underline corridor from the Miami River, north of the Brickell Metrorail Station to Dadeland South Metrorail stations” is particularly sought. The James Corner Field Operations

Top Twelve Reasons to Adopt-a-Tree from Miami-Dade County

Miami-Dade County, long known for its famous beaches and warm winters, is surprisingly lacking in any significant tree cover. A 2008 tree cover analysis by University of Florida and the county’s Environment Resources Management department showed that Miami-Dade’s urban areas averaged only 12% tree cover. By way of comparison, other urban areas in the country

Top Five Simple Green Trends in US Households

Top Five Green Trends This Week: Egg Shells and Gardens (via U.S. Green Technology) For help with writing your resume, networking with employers, and finding your perfect energy job, visit the CareerBuilder Resource Center at U.S. Green Technology right away! Yes, we all have been taught the three R’s required to create a healthy planet