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GOLDLAW supports Port St. Lucie Earth Day Celebration!

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Earth Day Celebration at Oxbow Eco-Center!

On Saturday, April 20th, the GOLDLAW staff, along with 7,000 environmentally conscious individuals, celebrated St. Lucie County’s 20th Annual Earth Day Celebration at the Oxbow Eco-Center.

Attendees from all over the Treasure Coast enjoyed perfect spring weather, and engaged in activities that included:

  • TONS of fun activities for kids!
  • Silent Auction featuring products/gifts from local companies and vendors
  • An exhibition of Eco-Art
  • Live music & entertainment
  • Festival Food & Desserts
  • Educational presentations about…
    • Florida wildlife
    • Florida’s Eco-System
    • Environmental preservation
    • Recycling

A true family fun day, the Earth Day Festival provided the perfect environment for people of all ages to learn more about Mother Earth.

“It was a wonderful event, allowing GOLDLAW to show its commitment to our local communities,” said Marketing Director Jodie Sotiropoulos. “Our team loves being involved and having the opportunity to interact with people from the community who may need legal help or have questions about a potential personal injury claim.”

The Oxbow Eco-Center and Preserve is the perfect host for Earth Day activities. Situated on 225 acres along the North Fork of the St. Lucie River, the land is managed and preserved to sustain native plants and wildlife. Boardwalks, pedestrian trails and observation towers allow visitors to fully experience nature without disturbing it. More importantly, the Oxbow leads by example. The Eco-Center was constructed using “green building technologies and is a model for sustainability. Built with recycled and recyclable materials, the Center also features a cistern system to capture rainfall. The building is proof that everyone can “lighten our load on the planet,” and protect natural resources for future generations.

For more information about the Oxbow Eco-Center & Preserve, visit the website.