The Monterey Bay Area is a thriving community. Making it sustainable for our future generations is extremely important  and necessary for our continued success as a community, and as residents of Earth.


Monterey Bay-Friendly Landscaping & Gardening  programs are a collaborative effort between Ecology Action,  CA Landscape Contractors Association (Central Coast Chapter), Ecological Landscaping Association, Monterey Bay Master Gardeners, Surfrider Foundation, Resource Conservation Districts, and more than 20 public agencies representing water utilities, solid waste and recycling, stormwater management. The primary goal of Monterey Bay-Friendly Programs is to encourage behavior changes that lessen the impact of conventional landscape practices on the local environment by providing home gardeners, landscape professionals, and local governments with the necessary skills and resources to create beautiful, healthy, and sustainable gardens, and landscapes.

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Monterey Regional Wast Management District

The District’s primary purpose is to manage solid waste from the Monterey Peninsula region. The District’s role includes the recovery of recyclable materials including cardboard, glass, wood, yard waste, plastics, metal, sheetrock, concrete, asphalt, reusable building materials, and resale items.

The District is energy independent and sells surplus electricity back to the grid. More than 4,000 kW of continuous power is currently being generated.

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