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The Green Register Reminds Us We Are Not Alone!

The Green Register Reminds Us We Are Not Alone!

  Every week we speak about the amazing projects, products and survives that The Green Register provides to one-and-all. We have spent many months covering the products that are useful and necessary – in projects big and small – to help save our environment. But we have not yet touched upon the ‘green concept’ when [...]

Arbor Day May Be Over, but The Green Register Says:

Arbor Day May Be Over, but The Green Register Says:

Arbor Day May Be Over, but The Green Register Says: Continue to Save, Protect & Defend Mother Nature All Year Long!   As we all know, Arbor Day has once again come and gone. However, the true meaning of this one ‘day’ is far more important than it has ever been before.   As many [...]

Bubba’s Not the Only One Who Should Wear Green!

Bubba’s Not the Only One Who Should Wear Green!

Bubba’s Not the Only One Who Should Wear Green!   A few months ago we brought a story to you about several sports arenas that were doing their very best to go ‘green’ and save energy, power and the environment. Seeing as that we just watched Bubba put on that famous ‘green jacket’ as the [...]

2012 Florida’s Birding & Photo Fest Just Around the Corner!

2012 Florida’s Birding & Photo Fest Just Around the Corner!

The 2012 Florida’s Birding & Photo Fest is just around the corner! And, there are still tickets available for several programs and tours led by some of the world’s best bird and nature photographers during the 10th Annual Florida’s Birding & Photo Fest, April 25 – 29, 2012. Headquartered on the campus of the Whitney [...]

New Thrills and Fun Await Spring Visitors To Florida’s Oldest Most Romantic City

New for Spring in St. Augustine, Ponte Vedra & the Beaches! Florida’s Historic Coast has been welcoming vacationers for more than 125 years, but as any recent visitor will tell you “Our History Is Not the Same Old Story”. Located midway between Daytona Beach and Jacksonville, spring visitors to these special 42 miles of northeast [...]

The Green Register & Dr. Seuss: Two Voices We NEED to Listen to!

The Green Register & Dr. Seuss: Two Voices We NEED to Listen to!   This week, as always, we are going to talk about that amazing online magazine, The Green Register. But this week, we are also going to combine a very important issue that has gone Hollywood, and brought in a ton of box-office [...]

UWA joins TIOS as first higher education partner for Green Certification

UWA joins TIOS as first higher education partner for Green Certification LIVINGSTON, Ala.—  The University of West Alabama has announced a partnership with The Institute of Sustainability, a green certification agreement to further the University’s ongoing efforts to promote environmental awareness and preservation. TIOS holds as its mission the ability to help businesses adopt environmental [...]

Pollution vs. Higher Taxes – What’s Better?

Pollution vs. Higher Taxes – What’s Better? The Green Register Looks Into the ‘New’ Reports!   Coal generates 54% of our electricity, and is the single biggest air polluter in the U.S.   As you all know by now, The Green Register is a place that gives people, consumers – all of us – the [...]

Florida Living History, Inc. Prepares for Florida’s 500th Anniversary

To prepare for Florida’s 500th anniversary in 2013, Florida Living History, Inc. (FLH), will offer its annual heritage Event – “This Other World”: Ponce de León and the Founding of Florida! Presented by FLH’s member group – La Compañía de Juan Ponce de León / The Company of Juan Ponce de León (c. 1513 – [...]

Weekend Fun: St. Johns County Fair, World Golf Hall of Fame, Kayak Tours and More…

 Friday: March 9   Form and Figure Exhibition Be among the first to see this new exhibit of sculpture by Enzo Torcoletti and Joe Segal entitled “Form and Figure.” The opening takes place from 5-9 p.m. at the Crisp-Ellert Art Museum, Flagler College, 48 Sevilla Street in St. Augustine, For more information, call 904-826-8535 or [...]

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