Going Green Tampa Becomes Green Me Locally

Going Green Tampa is growing! We have built a new and enchanced website called Green Me Locally that encourages more community interaction and support. Be a voice for your local community and participate in the forums. Ask questions, comment on posts or provide knowledge on a topic that would benefit others in the community.Have an event? If you have an event that fits in with health/wellness topics or sustainability, register and add your event to the website.  Stay caught up on…

Greening Your Campus in 5 Steps

Would you like your college campus to be a little greener? The article here gives you five simple ways to make that happen. On the list are: Bike Share Program Butterfly Garden Real Food Challenge Presidents Climate Commitment Upgrade Existing Infrastructure Read the full article here.

Call to Action - Label Genetically Engineered Foods

We’re working to show our lawmakers in Tallahassee that there is broad support for labeling GE food. On Thursday, February 27 we’re organizing a statewide day of action with our partners. In Tampa we’re organizing a CALL IN-DAY to ask our local representatives to support the GE labeling bills. Make the calls from the comfort of your home! :)1. Janet Cruz (HD 62) (850) 717-5062Betty Reed (HD 61) (850) 717-50612. Let them know you’re a constituent3. Leave the following message…

Community Giveback for Environmental Education

100 Hillsborough County Schools Have Been Sponsored By Tampa Bay community donors to receive a recycling “School Bundle.” One Bottle One Dream founders Stephanie Armenia and Juju Armenia are hosting their 2nd annual Community Giveback for Environmental Education called the “School Bundle Project” to be held at the Glazer Children’s Museum on March 22, 2014 from 10:30-11:30. 144 Hillsborough County Public Elementary Schools are invited to send one school representative, one ambassador student, and their parent to pick up a…

EcoFest - Tampa's Largest Earth Day Event

EcoFest is a great time for the whole family. Live music, workshops, vendors, demonstrations, and more - all with a emphasis on green living. This years festival will be bigger and better and will be located in the band shell area (7525 N. Blvd) at Lowry Park. Mark your calendars for Saturday, April 12, 2014 10am - 3pm. Going Green Tampa will have a booth there, so please make sure to stop by and see what we are up to!…
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