Protecting Florida's fun by reducing fertilizer pollution one yard at a time.
In Florida, summer rains don't water fertilizer in - they wash it off our lawns and into our rivers, lagoon and ocean. The excess nitrogen and phosphorous in the water feed algae blooms that use up oxygen, kill fish and turn the water the color of pea soup. As more and more people move to our area, the problem gets bigger and bigger.
Cocoa Beach ordinance bans the use of fertilizer from June-September. Help us make sure everyone knows to skip the fertilizer this summer! Together, we Floridians can protect our fun by saving our rivers, lakes and estuaries one lawn at a time.