Working Together to Make a Better, Cleaner, Greener Community
        for Today and Generations to Come.

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April 24, 2017 

Be Part of the People's Climate Rally!

Stand up
to show our elected leaders that we demand climate action!

Stand up to show our elected officials we support the Paris Climate Agreement - an unprecedented agreement that brings together nearly 200 nations in a concerted effort to tackle climate change by reducing emissions and advancing adaptation efforts!

Stand up against expanded offshore oil and gas exploration! More here about anticipated action by the White House.

Gather for this important rally in front of the Historic Capitol at noon on Saturday, April 29!

osted by Sierra Club Big Bend GroupSurfider Foundation Florida Chapter Network, and FSU’s Environmental Service Program.

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Upcoming Sustainability Events

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TAPP Rain Garden Grants

The City's Think About Personal Pollution (TAPP) program is offering reimbursement of up to $175 for the cost of plants, compost, and mulch used for constructing a new rain garden. 

Eligibility:  an owner-occupied residence within the city limits with an active City of Tallahassee utilities account. 

The program runs through May 15, 2017. Grant funds are limited and will be awarded on a first come, first served basis for approved applications. A rain garden manual and applications are available at TAPPs  website Or contact Courtney Schoen at: 850-891-8754   or

Sustainable Tallahassee is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting
Environmental, Economic, and Social Sustainability
in our Tallahassee regional area through
Education, Advocacy, and Collaboration.

We are particularly involved in the areas of
Energy, Transportation, Water, Waste, and Local Food
for Today and for Future Generations.

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