Green Expo Coming to Flagler County in September

In an effort to foster environmental consciousness and sustainable practices, UF/IFAS Extension is excited to announce the collaboration of the St. Johns River Water Management District, Flagler County Professionals, City of Palm Coast, and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection for the inaugural Green Expo. The complimentary event is scheduled for Thursday, Sept. 14, at the Flagler County Fairgrounds Cattleman’s Hall at 150 Sawgrass Road in Bunnell.
“The Green Expo aims to bridge the gap between knowledge and action, equipping individuals with the tools they need to make positive changes in their lives and communities,” said Judy Jean, Horticulture Extension Agent at UF/IFAS Extension Flagler County. “Our collaborative effort brings together experts and stakeholders from various sectors to provide a policy-neutral and fact-based platform for learning and networking.”
The Green Expo will feature a series of educational sessions and panel discussions, each led by experts and thought leaders in the field of sustainability. It will bring together community leaders, homeowners, professionals and eco-enthusiasts to delve into crucial topics of sustainability and environmental responsibility.
Participants will have the opportunity to engage in dynamic conversations covering topics including water conservation and quality, energy efficiency, sustainable gardening practices and the significance of making ecologically conscious choices in our day-to-day lives. With a focus on science-based
information, attendees will gain insights into both current and future environmental challenges within Flagler County and neighboring areas.
“The event is open to a diverse audience, including Flagler County residents, homeowner association board members and managers, green industry professionals and community leaders,” added Jean.