The Regional Storm Water Collaborative, also known as Save Local Waters, is seeking local artists to put their stamp on rain barrels for the 3rd Annual Rain Barrel Art Event.
America Recycles Day was observed November 15th and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is asking communities, businesses, and individuals to leave the next generation a cleaner, safer and more stable world.
About 80 percent of the United States’ pumpkin supply is available in October and November, but pumpkin makes an appearance year-round in pies, breads and other foods.
Volunteers are needed to help with the Licking River Greenway Survey and work in Covington! Join the Trail Stewards and other community members in combating honeysuckle, demolishing mustard seed, planting new seeds, and cleaning up the trails.
Hazardous waste is waste that is dangerous or potentially harmful to our health or the environment. Hazardous wastes can be liquids, solids, gases, or sludges.
National Radon Action Week is October 20th - 26th and occurs the 3rd week of October every year. Radon gas is becoming more of a widespread problem in the United States.
Want to spot migrating birds? Watch the weather! In the fall, wind circulation patterns around highs and lows impact the movement of migratory birds.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has released new guidance to help school districts protect indoor air quality while increasing energy efficiency during school renovations.
City of Dayton homeowners have the opportunity to have a large shade tree planted for free. The City of Dayton has 360 shade trees available.
October 12th through 18th is Earth Science Week. This year’s theme is Earth’s Connected Systems, an exploration of how land, water, air and living things affect and interact with each other.