Due to COVID-19, local and national events have been canceled. But there’s still good news: We’re driving less, buying local and benefiting our world in new ways.
By launching a schoolwide composting program, Coles Elementary School has made environmentally sustainable practices part of day-to-day life.
Fairfax County Public Schools recently announced multiple contracts with solar energy providers, which could save the school system an estimated $60 million.
With a fraught history of being on the endangered species list, America's most prominent bird is getting help from one of the largest veterinary hospitals in the Mid-Atlantic to once again thrive.
Here's everything you need to know about the new rules and practices effecting glass recycling in Northern Virginia.
If you're looking for a New Year's resolution that has a larger environmental impact, you may want to consider composting at one of these local sites.
FLARE Technology and Services aims to make less populated areas of the county more desirable by offering an alternative mode of transportation to its residents.
Plan a few hours out of your week to help clean up a local park with family, friends and neighbors this fall.
The StormwaterWise Landscapes Program gives Arlington residents the opportunity to install best practices on their property at a discounted price.
The middle school is the first in the nation to win the award from the National Wildlife Federation. But that isn’t stopping its students from reaching higher (and greener) goals.