Learn more about the Florida Water and Land Conservation Amendment on August 28th at 6:30pm at the Gleason Performing Arts Center at Florida Tech. Speakers include: Former Senator and Governor, Bob Graham and Clay Henderson, Past President of Audubon of Florida. Admission is free. Register Here
Former Florida Senator and Governor Bob Graham talks about Amendment 1 and its impact on our Land and Water.
Recycling in Brevard will be more efficient with the opening of a new Materials Recovery Facility. Now rather than trucking our recyclables out of the county for sorting, the materials will be processed right here at home saving your tax dollars.
Hillary Arena, Recycling Coordinator with Brevard County Solid Waste Management talks about why we should recycle and the new Materials Recovery Facility opening soon.
The Central Disposal Facility (CDF) is located on Adamson Road in Cocoa. The property was first used for solid waste disposal in the 1960's. Since then the County has continued to make improvements operationally and environmentally.
Spend a Legendary Night on the Lagoon at the 2nd Annual Midsummer Night Gala to benefit the Marine Resources Council August 2nd, 7 pm. Get tickets here.
Leesa Souto, Executive Director of the Marine Resources Council and William S. Payne, Catering Manager with Matt's Casbah talk about the upcoming event.
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Teresa Clifton, Executive Director of Brevard Humane Society speaks on adopting a friend for life.
Although puppies and kittens are in high demand, the Humane Society has hundreds of sweet, loyal and loving companions that would be thrilled to be your forever friend. Babies are a lot of work; house training, obedience training, etc. You'll find many grown animals that have already been schooled in these areas and are eager to adjust to your lifestyle at our local shelter's.