energy efficiency, sustainability, green buildings, solar, hybrid cars and alternate fuels.

"A society built on green design, sustainable energy and closed loop systems, a civilization afloat on a cloud of efficient, non-toxic, recyclable technology." ~~Alex Nikolai Steffan



photo by DEP

Central High School in Milton has a new state-of-the-art greenhouse as a result of a partnership with Florida's Department of Environmental Protection, the Santa Rosa County School Board, the Nature Conservancy, the University of Florida at Milton and Three Rivers Resource Conservation and Development Council.

Students will learn
about the varying ecosystems in which they live while they propagate, or cultivate native plants to be used in local wetland
and dune restoration projects including
the endangered
Perdido Key Beach Mouse habitat, creating and restoring salt marshes in local marine ecosystems, and restoring seepage slopes at state parks and state forestry lands.

Could we also be propagating future environmentalists?


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