We’ve heard the standard advice of using low flow toilets, not watering during the heat of the day, and using a bucket to wash the car. Here are some easy ways to reduce
Recently, Be Green Info brought you a story about locavores – consumers committed to eating locally grown food, in an effort to reduce carbon emissions from long distance trucking and the overpackaging that accompanies food from far away. Sometimes, though, there isn’t any local produce available, or farmer’s markets are held at inconvenient times and places.
What’s an environmental foodie to do? Forget about buying carbon credits – it’s easy to grow your own salad! Even
- Purchase a bin for each item that you want to recycle.
- Place the bins in a convenient place, such as in your garage or in the basement.
- If you have multiple items, you can create a recycle pile
- Valerie Mae Diola September 29th, 2016
I have a latest shopping addiction. No, it’s not shopping for clothes and bags but solar lights! I can’t get enough of solar-powered things, especially solar lights.
Don’t you know that there are many wonderful benefits you can get from solar lights? They save you money and energy, and they
- Kimberly Hays September 22nd, 2016
Summer is winding down, though there are still some warm sunny days ahead. With football season getting ready to start and the kids heading back to school soon, thoughts of a fluffy blanket and a warm fire with a good book come to mind. With the cooler weather coming shortly, now is a good time to prepare your homeRead More
- Valerie Mae Diola September 15th, 2016
Every time I see a pumpkin, I remember not Halloween but my grandmother. She used to grow her own veggie garden with lots of pumpkins in her backyard. She used to make pumpkin soup. Now that I’m living far from her, I wonder if I can grow my own veggie garden, too. Here’s what my granny told me: