You’ve heard it multiple times, the three R’s: reduce, reuse, recycle. But how many of us truly follow through with it?
We get it. It can be hard to keep up with our planet, but it’s necessary, and it doesn’t need to be that hard either.
What if you lived in a town that started with net-zero energy demand? A city that recycled their water, and implemented a community garden. Reduce. Reuse. Recycle!
Babcock Ranch sets the trend that other communities need to follow. With some 460 acres of solar panels and energy generated through FPL, they cut out the middle man and easily allow residents to foster eco-stewardship.
America’s first solar powered town calls Southwest Florida home, and we’re excited about it!
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