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RRRASOC Shares Advice on How to Reduce, Reuse and Recycle

March 6th 2018

RRRASOC Shares Advice on How to Reduce, Reuse and Recycle (RRRASOC, March 6, 2018) Southfield, MI – Resource Recovery and Recycling Authority of Southwest Oakland County (RRRASOC) recently sent out tips to residents for how to “reduce, reuse and recycle” more.  Here’s what they had to say: Three great ways to help reduce the amount […]

ReLeaf Michigan Selling Trees for Spring Fundraiser, Deadline April 18

April 7th 2016

ReLeaf Michigan Selling Trees for Spring Fundraiser Deadline April 18 (ReLeaf Michigan, April 7, 2016) Pontiac and Orion Township, MI – ReLeaf Michigan is selling hardy trees and shrubs to the public for its annual spring fund-raising event. By planting ReLeaf Michigan’s trees on their property, residents can create ways to cool their homes and […]

Fun and Educational Earth Day Event at SOCRRA April 17

March 24th 2016

Fun and Educational Earth Day Event at SOCRRA April 17 (EVENT page) Troy, MI – Celebrate Earth Day with SOCRRA and enjoy tours of the SOCRRA recycling facility. Watch a Recycled Materials Fashion Show. Repurpose things into crafts and art projects with Green Living Science. Go on a scavenger hunt. Get up close and personal […]

Coal Country Showing at Transition Ferndale Jan. 16

January 13th 2013

…plenty of coal-powered plants remain. You can see some of them just by driving up M-29 from Algonac to Port Huron, where the St. Clair River makes it easy to deliver coal by barge.

Mountaintop removal may not seem like a local problem. It is certainly not the same acute problem for us that it is for someone living in West Virginia. Since some of our electricity is coming from coal mined by that process, then mountaintop removal is our problem, too

Ferndale Joins Fight Against Fracking

September 13th 2011

Kaucheck shared information with Council and residents about fracking, which is a practice of drilling into the earth and pumping the ground full of high pressure water and chemicals in order to force up natural gas.

Ferndale’s Upcoming Green Events

July 6th 2011

The summer is full of events to educate and celebrate environmentally-conscious living. If you know of any that aren’t on this list, please email editor@ferndale115.com to let us know!