Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Earth Day Paddle and Clean-Up on Turkey Creek

Saturday, April 22 -- 8:45-10:45 am

Meet us at 8:45 AM for a 1.5 to 2 hour paddle and light-duty, in-boat cleaning of Turkey Creek in the Turkey Creek Sanctuary. Besides the basics (canoe/kayak, PFD, whistle, paddle, water, hat and sunscreen) bring a garbage bag, light work gloves and a long-reach grabber - if you have one. A kayak dolly is handy for the short walk from the cars to the Creek. We will remove small-sized trash from Turkey Creek on our way to the canoe deck. We will NOT meet at Alex Goode Park. For our put-in location, contact Jim Gering, preferably by email: gering@fit.edu or by phone: 321-674-7106.

Saturday, April 8, 2017

Beach Walk and Potluck Dinner
May 26th - 6-8 pm
Paradise Beach Park--Melbourne, FL

Join us for a sunset beach walk. Bring a yummy dish to share. Please RSVP at 321-432-4346 so we have a general idea how many are coming.

Paradise Beach Park, Melbourne, FL

Monday, April 3, 2017

The impacts of agriculture on Central Florida land and water.

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                                                  Thursday-April 27th

3115 Friendship Place in Rockledge, Florida.

Retired civil engineer Ed Alley will discuss the impacts of agriculture and landowner activity on our Central Florida land and water.
Key topics to be addressed are: cattle, mining, timber, surface water discharge, bio-solids, conservation easements and EPA permitting. Mr Alley has over 27 years experience and has worked with water management districts, FDEP, Army Corps and the EPA.
Social time is at 6:30 pm. Program begins at 7:00 pm.

Monday, February 27, 2017

Important Upcoming Dates

April 22nd-Earth Day-Tabling events
Enchanted Forest-Titusville, FL
Unity of Melbourne-Melbourne, FL
If you would like to help us during these events please call 321-432-4346.

Monday, January 2, 2017

How to Get Rid of Expired--and Other Unneeded-Medicines in Brevard

At the beginning of a new year, it becomes clear which drugs expired some time last year.  That makes this an appropriate time to post how to get rid of expired--or otherwise unwanted--medicines. This information is correct to the best of our knowledge and may change at the discretion of the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office and Police Departments listed.

So how do I dispose of unwanted or expired medications?

     Medications can end up in the hands of children, animals or drug users. Drugs that make it into the landfill can contaminate the soil and groundwater.

     Disposing of medications in the sink or toilet can be very harmful to the environment!

3. DO Drop off your unwanted and expired medication at local law enforcement agencies to be properly destroyed. They accept all prescription, non-prescription, over-the-counter (pills, liquids, ointments or lotions) including pet medications.  Please make sure that the medication is properly sealed and does not leak.

4.  They CANNOT accept syringes, asthma inhalers, drugs in aerosol canisters or chemotherapy drugs in either IV liquid or oral form.  Contact your pharmacist to dispose of these medications.

Open Monday – Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. during normal business hours (Please call ahead to ensure a deputy or other responsible person is available)

BCSO North Precinct (321) 264-5208 2290 Columbia Boulevard, Titusville

BCSO South Precinct (321) 253-6658 1515 Sarno Road, Building B, Melbourne

BCSO East Precinct (321) 454-6652 2575 North Courtenay Parkway, Merritt Island

BCSO West Precinct (321) 633-2123 2725 Judge Fran Jamieson Way, Bldg. E, Melbourne

BCSO Canaveral Precinct (321) 868-1113 111 Polk Avenue, Cape Canaveral

Cocoa Police Department (321) 639-7620 1226 King Street, Cocoa

Indian Harbour Bch. Police Dept. (321) 773-3030 40 Cheyenne Court, Indian Harbour Beach

Melbourne Police Department (321) 608-6731 650 North Apollo Boulevard, Melbourne

Titusville Police Department (321) 264-7800 1100 John Glenn Boulevard, Titusville