Green Volusia

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The Green Volusia program is a long-term initiative designed to provide residents and visitors with information about green, or sustainable, practices.

Being sustainable or being green involves each of us reducing our impact on the environment.  From the trash we generate, the purchases we make, the energy and water we use, to the driving we do. All of these things have an impact on our environment.  Green Volusia aims to provide information about environmentally responsible practices that benefit the whole community as well as encouraging stewardship and conservation of our natural resources. Green Volusia's actions for sustainability were recognized by the Florida Green Building Coalition who awarded our re-certification as a Green Local Government in 2017.

Spearheaded by Green Volusia, the county received a $240,000 grant from the US Environmental Protection Agency to support efforts to restore and protect the Blue Spring Springshed. Learn about threats to Florida's springs and rivers and what you can do to be part of the solution.
Save our Springs and Rivers

Sustainability Action Plan

The Green Volusia program coordinates Volusia County‚Äôs Sustainability Action Plan, which was adopted February 20, 2014. The plan identifies seven specific sustainability goals, including providing a healthy economy, maintaining a healthy environment, promoting a healthy community, encouraging efficient transportation and community design, conserving water and promoting water efficiency, conserving energy and promoting renewable energy, and reducing waste and promoting recycling. View Sustainability Action Plan.

 

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Katrina Locke
Sustainability and Natural Resources Director
klocke@volusia.org

Danielle Ramsey
Sustainability and Volunteer Coordinator
dramsey@volusia.org


386-736-5927