[Charles] Way to go folks! By signing petitions, faxing letters, and writing emails to the Governor's office without relenting we have all helped stop the ridiculous HB 569 that was slated to force mulch into our landfills. Thanks to everyone that helped out and did their part. This is truly the best way that we can make a difference for our world. If there is one thing that we have learned from this, it is the power of our voice when we work together. Now let's turn that energy to getting our politicians to work on alternative energy and stop destroying our world with greedy grabs of fossil fuels. The oil is only miles from Pensacola and the corporate rats that spilled it certainly aren't spending all their profits to protect our beaches. We are the ones we've been waiting for. Keep up the fight!
In related garden news from our neighbors in Tampa Heights...
Help Tampa's next community garden win $25,000 in startup funding! Click here to vote for Tampa Height Community Garden in the Nature's Path Gardens for Good Contest. The Tampa Heights Community Garden is a collaboration between the Tampa Garden Club, Metropolitan Ministries, Tampa Heights Junior and “senior” Civic Associations; and Tampa Heights Neighborhood Plan Stewardship Team.
"Manure" Photo from Green Florida