"Green" communities or conservation subdivisions offer the opportunity to create environmentally sound and resource-efficient buildings and landscapes. However, environmental responsibility is left to the residents to manage their homes, yards, and neighborhoods. The objective of our project was to develop a tailored Web site that addresses natural resource conservation within a specific residential development. The Web site was designed and implemented for a green community, Harmony, in Florida. Topics covered environmental issues such as water, energy, waste, landscaping, wildlife, and natural/human history. The Web site can be found at .
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Swiman, E., & Hostetler, M. (2007). Using a Community-Specific Web Site to Engage Homeowners in Natural Resource Conservation Within Green Communities. The Journal of Extension, 45(1), Article 28. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol45/iss1/28