PLAY Green Kid Games with PBS Kids!

Teach children about the 3 R’s — Reduce, Reuse & Recycle with FUN Green Games from PBS Kids. Click Image above or right here to play GREEN Games!

PLAY Green Kid Games with PBS Kids!

Teach children about the 3 R’s — Reduce, Reuse & Recycle with FUN Green Games from PBS Kids. Click Image above or right here to play GREEN Games!

Farm-to-Table Food Map of Ventura County

Farms in Ventura County produce more than 100 commercial crop varieties, and the annual value of Ventura County production ranks it 11th among the nation’s 3,140 counties. Here’s a helpful Farm-to-Table map! Click Here

Farm-to-Table Food Map of Ventura County

Farms in Ventura County produce more than 100 commercial crop varieties, and the annual value of Ventura County production ranks it 11th among the nation’s 3,140 counties. Here’s a helpful Farm-to-Table map! Click Here

Teaching Ventura’s Youth About Sustainability with the City’s Green School Programs

The City of Ventura Environmental Sustainability Division in partnership with Ventura Water, E.J. Harrison and Sons and Gold Coast Recycling, has been offering the Ventura Unified School District recycling and composting programs that make a difference. In this PODCAST, City

Teaching Ventura’s Youth About Sustainability with the City’s Green School Programs

The City of Ventura Environmental Sustainability Division in partnership with Ventura Water, E.J. Harrison and Sons and Gold Coast Recycling, has been offering the Ventura Unified School District recycling and composting programs that make a difference. In this PODCAST, City

Tips to Keep Green from City of Ventura Staffers!

GREEN In the City: City of Ventura Staffers share some of their eco-friendly practices!

Tips to Keep Green from City of Ventura Staffers!

GREEN In the City: City of Ventura Staffers share some of their eco-friendly practices!

FREE Green School Programs for City of Ventura Schools

City of Ventura residents, does your school have a GREEN SCHOOL program?

FREE Green School Programs for City of Ventura Schools

City of Ventura residents, does your school have a GREEN SCHOOL program?

Attractive Public “GREEN Art” on City’s Trash and Recycle Bins Deters Graffiti

  Environmental Sustainability recently partnered with the Parks Department for some public art on the newly purchased (and then heavily graffitied) trash and recycle bins for Grant Park. This was the second round of these bins after they proved to

Attractive Public “GREEN Art” on City’s Trash and Recycle Bins Deters Graffiti

  Environmental Sustainability recently partnered with the Parks Department for some public art on the newly purchased (and then heavily graffitied) trash and recycle bins for Grant Park. This was the second round of these bins after they proved to

City of Ventura’s GREEN SCHOOL Programs

Recognizing the importance of educating Ventura’s youth to establish lifelong sustainable habits and practices, the City of Ventura Environmental Sustainability Division and Ventura Water offers free educational presentations to all local K-12 schools, after-school, and pre-school programs. “Our green school

City of Ventura’s GREEN SCHOOL Programs

Recognizing the importance of educating Ventura’s youth to establish lifelong sustainable habits and practices, the City of Ventura Environmental Sustainability Division and Ventura Water offers free educational presentations to all local K-12 schools, after-school, and pre-school programs. “Our green school

GREEN SCHOOLS: City of Ventura’s Food Waste Collection and Composting Program PODCAST

Since 2013, City of Ventura’s Environmental Sustainability Division has been offering recycling and composting programs in conjunction with E.J. Harrison and Sons and Gold Coast Recycling to schools within the Ventura Unified School District. The purpose of the program is

GREEN SCHOOLS: City of Ventura’s Food Waste Collection and Composting Program PODCAST

Since 2013, City of Ventura’s Environmental Sustainability Division has been offering recycling and composting programs in conjunction with E.J. Harrison and Sons and Gold Coast Recycling to schools within the Ventura Unified School District. The purpose of the program is

GREEN TIP: Skip red meat once a week!

Did you know it can take 7 or more pounds of grain to produce one pound of beef, and livestock consumes 70 percent of America’s grain? Eat less of it and choose pasture-fed, sustainably raised beef whenever you can. If

GREEN TIP: Skip red meat once a week!

Did you know it can take 7 or more pounds of grain to produce one pound of beef, and livestock consumes 70 percent of America’s grain? Eat less of it and choose pasture-fed, sustainably raised beef whenever you can. If