Broward County stretches from the Everglades in the west to the Atlantic Ocean in the east. Their motto is "Between Sawgrass and Seagrass." NatureScape Broward is a program of the county's Environmental Planning and Community Resilience Division. They encourage residents to create "Florida-friendly landscapes that conserve water, protect water quality and create wildlife habitat." Although two thirds of the county remains as unpopulated Everglades, the county is committed to restoring the ecological integrity of the urban corridor as well. Broward County tied with Arlington County to be the first two counties in the nation certified as a Community Wildlife Habitat.
NatureScape Broward and Partners commit to tree equity and greener communitiesLearn More
Sistrunk Bioswale Green Infrastructure Community Demonstration ProjectLearn More
High school and middle school students advocate for policy change and environmental sustainabilityLearn More
Residents and visitors can report manatees and view manatee protection and boating safety zones in Broward County.Learn More
More than 3,600 volunteers clean 25 miles of Broward County beachesLearn More
Broward Water Partnership Conservation Pays saves water for people, plants and animalLearn More