Vote for the Department of Environmental Protection’s Project:Teach Florida students green habits that produce amazing results.

August 2, 2010 at 12:38 pm Leave a comment

DEP’s Easy As One project was chosen to be in the running for $25,000 in grant money during August’s voting cycle of Pepsi’s Refresh Everything Project.

Florida’s Foundation and DEP teamed up to submit their project: Teach Florida students green habits that produce amazing results. At six collection events, students and the community will collect plastic bags to be recycled, offer shredding and recycling services and collect cell phones for disposal or donation.  Each of the six participating schools will receive $1,500 toward making their school green and have an opportunity to earn an additional $7,000! Students statewide can enter a You Tube contest for cash awards.

You can vote every day during August, here’s how:

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Taking it easy on the environment is a walk in the park at Weeki Wachee Springs’ Easy As One Collection Next Easy As One Collection in Tallahassee

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