Thursday, April 22, 2021

Thank You To Art's Nursery for Sponsoring Earth Day Raffle Prizes

Curtis at Arts Nursery St. Augustine

 We want to thank Art's Nursery for sponsoring 2 great raffle prizes for our volunteers at our up coming Earth Day, Every Day Event. 

Happy Earth Day 2021!


Happy Earth Day St. Augustine! 

What are you doing to celebrate Earth Day 2021? 

Earth Day 2021 Clip Art

Ways You Can Help Restore The Earth

Tuesday, April 20, 2021

Saturday, April 17, 2021

West Augustine Nature Heroes - Interview with Ulysses and Sarah Williams

Interviewing Sarah and Ulysses Williams in West Augustine, FL

To learn more about the New Augustine Colored Elementary School #36, the school around which, we will be cleaning up for our Earth Day, Every Day event, my sister and I had the honor of interviewing two true West Augustine Nature Heroes, Ulysses and Sarah Williams, a local couple, who have been married for over 63 years, and who both went to to the school, which they call #6. 

Clean-Up Event Prize Sponsors


We are looking for prize sponsors for our upcoming Earth Day, Every Day Clean-Up Event and for future events.

So if you are a local business or organization, who would like to help us in our mission to keep the community green and trash free, send us an email, and let us know how you would like to help. We are especially looking for local businesses to sponsor raffle prizes and gift baskets to reward our volunteers for showing up and for helping clean up.

We would love to help you spread the word about your business, so if you want to add products with your logo, gift certificates for your business etc. please feel free to do so.

Saturday, April 10, 2021

Earth Day Recycling Event In St. Augustine On April 23rd - Get Rid of Your Old Electronics


On Friday, April 23, the city of St. Augustine is going to be hosting a free recycle event at the Solid Waste Facility located at 601 Riberia Street, St Augustine, Florida

 From 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Friday, April 9, 2021

The Effects of Plastic Pollution on the Ocean and Oceanic Life

    Pollution has reached every part of the ocean from the Arctic Circle to the Mariana Trench. It has caused many marine organisms to die as old fishing nets and plastic bags strangle animals like turtles and sharks. Microplastics can even end up in the stomach of organisms as the plastics pass from the bottom of the food chain to the top, and this means that even animals like birds can have microplastics in there bodies. 
Nurse shark