By Craig Bailey, FLORIDA TODAY More than 130 volunteers converged on Goode Park in Palm Bay for Saturday’s Keep Brevard Beautiful/FLORIDA TODAY Summer Series cleanup of Turkey Creek. http://www.floridatoday.com/picture-gallery/news/2017/06/17/photos-keep-brevard-beautifulflorida-today-cleanup-at-goode-park/102952816/
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Keep Brevard Beautiful/FLORIDA TODAY summer series comes to Titusville | 1:42 Volunteers collected trash from spoil islands around Titusville’s Parrish Park in the second stop of this season’s Keep Brevard Beautiful/FLORIDA TODAY summer series. Video by Craig Bailey. Posted June 4, 2017.
Keep Brevard Beautiful, in partnership with FLORIDA TODAY, hosted the first event of the 2017 Summer Series Cleanup Saturday at Kiwanis Island Park in Merritt Island. Video by Craig Bailey. Posted 5-13-17. Wochit
The annual IRLNEP photo contest is in full swing and entries are beginning to come in. Please assist us in promoting the contest by posting or sharing the flyer with anyone who may have interest. It is saved as a photo for easy sharing to social media. The deadline for entry is July 15, 2017. […]
Thank you to all our partners, volunteers and sponsors who helped us remove more than 30,000 pounds of trash all across Brevard County on April 1st. Rick Neale , FLORIDA TODAY Published 12:34 p.m. ET April 5, 2017 More than 1,150 litter-busting volunteers collected 30,642 pounds of discarded garbage — including an abandoned 19-inch television […]
Department funds 12 projects to help restore Indian River Lagoon TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – The Florida Department of Environmental Protection has awarded more than $24 million in funding for 12 recent projects to continue efforts to improve water quality in the Indian River Lagoon. These projects will help communities reduce stormwater nutrient loads, continue stormwater treatment improvements, reduce or eliminate nonpoint source pollution […]
by Liz Greene, Earth911.com We live in a society obsessed with convenience, and that obsession has made plastic king. Though humankind has greatly benefited from plastic, the environmental costs of this reigning polymer may bring about our downfall. Traveling from land to sea in the wind or through waterways, plastic pollution is causing extensive damage […]
KBB’s North Action Team(NAT)/Greater Titusville Renaissance(GTR) had a busy January choosing and honoring 17 Titusville area businesses with “We Noticed” awards. “We Noticed” is a KBB recognition program for businesses and/or residences who have shown exceptional maintenance or beautification of their property. Recipients of this award receive a “We Noticed” certificate and sign to temporarily […]