OSFR Article: Judge Rules on Union Co.’s Motion for Dismissal The hearing on the lawsuit by HPS II against Union… Read more OSFR Article: Judge Rules on Union Co.’s Motion for Dismissal
Call for Earth Day Stories! This year Bradford Environmental Forum will host it’s 2nd annual celebration of Earth Day. If… Read more Call for Earth Day Stories!
April 18th & 25th 2020 – Earth Day Double Weekend Celebration Celebrate Earth Day with us! You are welcome to join… Read more April 18th & 25th 2020 – Earth Day Celebration (Workshops/Topics)
March 14th 2020 – BEF Monthly Forum Second Saturday Forum: Lake Sampson issues. On March 14th we will discuss the Boat… Read more March 14th 2020 – BEF Monthly Forum
March 7th 2020 – Home Composting Workshop First Saturday Workshop: Home Composting. Join us on March 7 for an afternoon learning… Read more March 7th 2020 – Home Composting Workshop
CITIZEN COMMENTS AND TESTIMONIALS Kate Ellison, Nov. 4, 2019 Kate Ellison, Nov. 4, 2019 Public Comments to Bradford County Commission,… Read more CITIZEN COMMENTS AND TESTIMONIALS
TALLAHASSEE — A scientist with the Department of Environmental Protection testified Friday that his agency’s plans won’t reduce pollution enough to restore Florida’s springs along the Suwannee River.
Bradford County Commissioners just pushed through a hasty permit application to allow Chemours to expand their mining operations in wetlands along the Trail Ridge, publicly owned land. What happened? What can we do now?
The Bradford County Commission on Thursday night voted 3-2 to approve a permit allowing titanium mining within its borders. The Chemours Company proposed a special permit in September to mine on 886 acres of land.
Thanks to the hard work by Carol Mosley, Kate Ellison and Paul Still, there was standing room only at the Sustainable Living Center at Hampton for the Bradford Environmental Forum on Sept. 28 in Hampton. Attendees came from as far away as Ona, a three and a half hour drive, and St. Petersburg.