North Florida's Green Directory

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Apple Rabbit CompostYou know the importance of farm-to-table and local, sustainable farming. Well meet the other half of that same coin. Table-to-farm. At Apple Rabbit Compost we’re building a network of local restaurants, residents and farms who want to do their partWebsite
Arlington Community GardenCommunity Garden ArlingtonGrowing fresh, organic produce for the food pantry at Arlington Community Services and by working with Tree Hill to educate visitors and students about sound environmental practices and the importance of healthy eating.Website
Beaches Local Food NetworkGreen Market, Community GardenOur mission is to address the long-term goal of local food security in our community through creating educational programs for children and adults, connecting farmers to consumers, and building community and school gardens. The Beaches Local Food Network consists ofWebsite
Bike JaxBiking As Alternative TransportationWebsite
Casting 4 Growth LLCWorm Castings and Worm Tea BrewersWebsite
City Beautiful JaxCity Beautiful CoalitionWebsite
City of Jacksonville Environmental Protection BoardCOJ Environmental Protection BoardWebsite
Dog Day GardensExpertise & tools for FL gardenersAt Dog Day Gardens, we grow organic vegetable seedlings, install edible gardens, build compost, and teach Floridians how to grow their own food. You can find us at the Saturday Market at the St. Augustine Amphitheater or at our homesteadWebsite
Down to Earth FarmWebsite
Duval Audubon SocietyConserve Biological DiversityWebsite
Eat Your Yard JaxTurn your lawn into an edible paradiseWebsite
First Coast Invasive Working GroupFirst Coast Invasive Species MgmtThe First Coast Invasive Working Group’s (FCIWG) is a Cooperative Weed Management Area (CWMA) that got established in December 2006 to work across Federal, State, Local, and private lands for invasive species management.  The FCIWG is one of the manyWebsite
Fleet Farming – OrlandoFleet Farming strives to reduce the environmental impact of food production through a pedal-powered, hyperlocal urban farming model that creates a culture of health and vibrant ecosystems by: teaching an intergenerational fleet of volunteers how to grow their own food, activatingWebsite
Fleet Farming – RiversideFleet Farming Riverside is the first of several branches being developed in Jacksonville, Florida by the Public Trust Environmental Institute of Florida and is part of the Fleet Farming Program started in Orlando, Florida in 2014. The ‘Fleet Farming’ nameWebsite
Florida Department of Environmental Protection -Northeast Florida Aquatic PreservesFDEP North East Aquatic PreservesWebsite
Florida Department of Environmental Protection, Northeast DistrictFDEP North EastWebsite
Florida Native Plant Society, Ixia ChapterPromote Native Plant CommunitiesWebsite
Florida Rural Water AssociationWater and wastewater operationsWebsite
Florida School of Holistic Livingcultivating individual sustainabiliWebsite
Florida Water StarWater Conservation Certificate ProgWebsite
Forgotten Fruitto serve the forgotten of the commuWebsite
Frog Song OrganicsNutritious food for the communityWebsite
Garden of Eatin’ PlantsEdible Gardens Built in Your Home!Website
Giving GreensMaking Healthy Eating Access to allWebsite
Green Team ProjectConserve valuable natural resourcesWebsite
Greenscape of Jacksonville, Inc.Planting protecting promoting treesWebsite
Guana Tolomato Matanzas National Estuarine Research and Education Reserve (GTM Research Reserve)Guana Tolomato MatanzasWebsite
GYOGREENSNorth FL's Aquaponics FarmWebsite
Jacksonville Farmers MarketFarmers Markets in JacksonvilleNorth Florida’s largest and oldest farmers market with up to 100+ farmers/vendors selling retail and wholesale items.Website
Jacksonville Zoo and GardensDiscover Earth's WildlifeWebsite
JumpingFishWater activity advocatesCreate a sustainable movement  of recreational activity in and around the St. Johns River, create a diverse cultural awareness of water and bring art and science together to understand the cumulative impacts to the river and its tributaries.Website
Keep Jacksonville BeautifulJacksonville BeautificationWebsite
King Street Farmers MarketWednesdays 4 to 7pm in RiversideThe King Street Farmers Market is a weekly Wednesday afternoon local food and farmers market in the Riverside neighborhood of Jacksonville. Market hours are Wednesdays from 4pm to 7pm. We’re located at 1021 King Street. Follow us on FB atWebsite
KYV Organic FarmFresh Healthy Organic VegetablesWebsite
Marine Science Research Institute Jacksonville UniversityMarine Science Research InstituteWebsite
Meteor Street ProduceOrganic and local food and plantsWebsite
National Park Service – Timucuan Ecological and Historic PreserveNational Parks Service Timucuan Ecological & Historic Preserve FloridaWebsite
Native and Uncommon PlantsNative & Uncommon PlantsWebsite
NaVera FarmsA holistic, organically driven farmWebsite
North Florida Clean Fuels CoalitionNFL Transportation Planning OrgWebsite
North Florida Land TrustLand & Resource Conservation NFLWebsite
Northeast Florida Green ChamberPromote Business SustainabilityThe Northeast Florida Green Chamber brings together businesses to promote growth, innovation, and success of sustainability.Website
NuterraBeneficial use of wasteWebsite
Old City Farmers MarketSt Augustine Farmers MarketWebsite
Public Trust Environmental Legal Institute of Florida, Inc.Lgl Protection of COJ Preserv PrjtWebsite
River City ChicksUrban chicken keepingRiver City Chicks is a community based group in Jacksonville, Florida created to support urban chicken keeping. River City Chicks successfully lobbied City Council to permanently approve a backyard chicken keeping program in Jacksonville, Florida. Cluck, yeah!Website
Ruffled Feathers FarmLocal Non-GMO Pastured Chk PorkWebsite
SafeTGreen Carpet CleaningSafe, Eco-Friendly Carpet CleaningWebsite
Sailors and SparrowsEco Family BoutiqueWebsite
Second Nature SkinAuthentically natural skin careWebsite
Sierra Club Northeast Florida GroupProtect Wild PlacesWebsite
Silver Needle & ThreadCustom, Organic Clothing & DesignWebsite
Slow Food First CoastGood, clean, and fair foodWebsite
St Augustine Beach Community GardenMembership-based community gardenCommunity garden open to St Johns County residents interested in learning how to grow a portion of their own food in a sustainable way, either as part of the community garden or in another location. Equally important is the communityWebsite
St. Johns River AlliancePreserve, Protect St. Johns RiverWebsite
St. Johns RiverkeeperProtecting the St. Johns RiverWebsite
Stylish Eco Living.comA place for all things eco-friendlyWebsite
Surfrider Foundation, First Coast ChapterProtecting your oceans, beaches and waves!Website
The Butterfly AdvocatePromoting Local ButterfliesWebsite
The Food Park ProjectPropogate Food Parks in JaxWebsite
The Girls Gone GreenDevoted to exploring environmental, animal and health issuesWebsite
The Organic AdventurerYour Green Personal TrainerWebsite
Timucuan Trail Parks FoundationTimucuan Parks AdvocacyWebsite
TransForm JaxImprove Life Downtown JaxWebsite
Tree Hill INCHands-on Environmental StewardshipWebsite
U.S. Green Building Council North FL ChapterLocal authority on green building and sustainable communities.Website
UNF Environmental CenterEnvironmental EducationThe mission of the Environmental Center is to establish, develop, and support cross-disciplinary education and research related to the environment. The Center fosters programs for students, faculty, and staff to pursue environmental activities through academics, research, and extracurricular activities. Also,Website
University of Florida IFAS Duval County ExtensionDuval UF IFAS ExtensionWebsite
Wuji TechnologyFocusing on sustainable projectsWuji Technology is a benefits corporation that has a big aspiration to focus on projects aimed at solving social and environmental problems using sustainable principles and leveraging some of the latest trends in technology. We are outdoor enthusiasts and eco-warriorsWebsite