Our “green” demonstration house and surrounding landscape integrates scientific principles and sustainable living practices as part of the foundation of our facility in Sarasota. Hours are M-F 9 AM to 4 PM and Sat 10 AM to 1 PM. We also have AMAZING EVENTS! CLICK HERE. Learn about the latest innovations in flooring, lighting and permaculture design. We also host private events, celebrations, classes and corporate training. Check out our venue and facility rentals page to learn more.
Come see our fantastic facility today! Book a tour today. Don't forget to purchase your holiday gifts like honey or compost with us! COMPOST is only $10 a bag and the best soil enhancement in town! Turn your brown thumb GREEN, visit our Saturday Farmer's Market, come see our bees in the New APIARY and so much more!
FHI’s “Home on Earth” STEM program takes energy concepts difficult to convey in the classroom and translates them to Sarasota County 5th Grade students through interactive and informative, hands-on learning stations. At FHI, we are committed to bring learning to life as students are guided through our state of the art demonstration house for a hands-on, interactive experience focusing on Energy in their daily lives. This exploration is fully aligned to numerous Next Generation Sunshine State Standards. Learn more about our education programs here.
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Come meet the candidates for representative of District 72.
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Join us for Pollinators for Clean Water Campaign with POPCORN AND POLLINATORS film showing $5 and free for 12 and under. Popcorn and homemade tea will be available for purchase.
The 20,000 or so species of pollinators are key to 100's of billions of dollars’ of crops each year. Yet 2 out of 5 species of invertebrate pollinators, such as bees and butterflies, are on the path toward extinction. Pollinators with backbones, such as hummingbirds and bats, are only slightly better off, with 1 in 6 species facing extinction.