Resilient Holland is a land-use planning and community design project focused on the City of Holland.
Comment period open now through September 28; draft plan available for public review.
Join us in celebrating the best of West Michigan's local music, food, beer, and entertainment. Save the date for a day full of live music, tasty refreshments, kids activities, and a few new additions.
An Evening on the Lakeshore is an opportunity to learn about the environmental work going on in our lakeshore community.
EPA's AUGUST ENVIRO-TIP OF THE MONTH:
Composting at home. Instead of bagging, leave the cut grass on the lawn to decompose and return to the soil, helping your lawn stay healthy. Get more backyard composting ideas: https://www.epa.gov/recycle/composting-home
Click to see information about the 2016-2017 series.
The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services created this useful resource to help us all make better choices for eating fish we have caught or purchased. www.michigan.gov/eatsafefish
Farmer's Market - Wednesdays and Saturdays

Together the City of Holland, Hope College, and the Holland Board of Public Works developed the Sustainability Institute to support outreach, education, and practices geared toward creating a more sustainable community.

Cultivating a Sustainable Community

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Being “sustainable” doesn’t have to be expensive or hard; and often times it will actually even save you money. ┬áThis website will be a resource for everyone in the community to help us continue building a legacy of sustainability in Holland.

Small Steps, BIG CHANGES!