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Healthy Home: Little Changes = Big Results

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These days, there is a lot to be known about the environment, and more importantly what we can do to help preserve it. Although it seems like a worldwide effort, there are small changes that you and your family can make to make your home green, and more energy efficient. Here are six products that can help lighten your wallet and your family’s carbon footprint. Read More »

Tips on How to Go Green This Summer

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Once summer kicks in, it becomes everyone’s M.O. to cave to the siren call of endless weekend barbecues and blast the A/C like a stereo at the fingertips of a metalhead. And does anyone ever think twice about these things? Psshhh… no. So it may surprise you to learn that your summertime lifestyle is, more than likely, harming the Earth. Happily, there are a lot of simple habit tweaks to help you go green during the summertime, and you’ll be shocked at just how easy a lot of them are to incorporate into your everyday! Read More »

5 Easy Eco-Friendly Ideas for Greener Living

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Sure, it’d be great if we could all convert our cars to biodiesel and go off-the-grid, but let’s be real—those kinds of eco-friendly overtures are too much work for the average person. Happily, making a positive impact on the Earth begins with small steps! In honor of Earth Day, we gathered a list of five easy eco-friendly ideas for greening your life that, even if your pockets aren’t flush with Franklins or your time is tied up, you’ll find easy to embrace. Read More »

School lunches are gold mines for recycling, reusing and replenishing

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From an early age, children can roll up their sleeves and get involved in helping reduce the amount of trash they produce by participating in recycling programs. Across the country, children will celebrate Earth Day April 22 with science fairs and environmental educational seminars about the importance of recycling. When children start recycling early in life, they're more likely to continue that behavior as they get older - and pass the practice on to their own kids. Read More »