If you ever wonder if something can be recycled, check for the triangle symbol somewhere on the item. There will be a number in the center. Check out what can be put in your recycle bin in Wakulla County. Refer to the Recycle Decoder at the link below.
As part of the KWCB support for the FDOT Adopt-A-Highway program, Panacea Waterfronts Florida Partnership adopted a section of Highway 98 through Panacea. Several board members got busy walking the 4 mile stretch and collecting the debris blown or thrown from vehicles traveling through out fragile environmental area. Litter is a continuing problem in Wakulla County. Please do your part to protect it.
On February 27, 2016, we had 46 volunteers come out to help us clean our forest. It is always amazing what you find and how much debris there is unlawfully thrown in our environment. Behavior change is the only cure for the cultural habits of litter bugs. Please help us change that behavior. Get involved.
You can help make Wakulla County an even better place to live, work and play. Supporters provide donations of funds or in-kind services. Volunteers participate in programs and activities. Our success is dependent upon Community Partners.
When you support KWCB, you are making a personal effort to improve the quality of life in our community for everyone.
Help us by getting involved in what we do:
- FIRST THURSDAY WAS MONTH 6:00 p.m. – Join us for our regular monthly KWCB Board meeting – WAKULLA ENVIRONMENTAL INSTITUTE – Preservation Way, Crawfordville, Florida