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.
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:
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.
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


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!