In March, the Scientist in Every Florida School program coordinated its 500th classroom visit to schools in Palm Beach County.
Grow your own tomatoes at home, all you need is a 5-gallon bucket!
Our world is flooded with plastic – and much of it is single-use. Learn how you can say no to unwanted plastics and use eco-friendly alternatives.
Celebrate Florida Wildflower Day and learn about wildflowers, the pollinators that need them, and how to make your yard friendly for native plants.
This week, learn how you can contribute to scientific research and have fun doing it with Citizen Science!
Students learned about sustainability initiatives at UF, UF’s Climate Action Plan, and ways to get involved on campus.
When you can, it’s best to borrow not buy! Borrowing a book from the library rather than buying a physical copy yourself is a simple way to reduce your carbon footprint by combatting the amount of paper waste in circulation.
Are you decorating this holiday season? We have ideas for earth-friendly decor alternatives!
Students learn about octopuses from marine biologist Chelsea Bennice during Ocean Expert Exchange: Octopus Fieldwork-Behavior to Bacteria.
Learn how you can reduce your environmental impact while staying at a hotel.