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They are known as the three Rs, the holy trinity of sustainability that asks us to Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle. I would now like to suggest a fourth R: Rot. It may sounds strange, but rot is a crucial part of maintaining a low-impact home.
Posted on Sep 7, 2011 Posted in Community , Environment | 3 comments Share on facebook Share on email More Sharing Services More We have partnered with Teens Turning Green on a super cool initiative…Project Green Challenge. The Challenge seeks to engage high school and college students across the country and inspire them to become more behaviorally conscious through a 30-day green lifestyle Challenge. It will all take place this fall when students will be given 30 simple steps to experience how easy the transition to green can be. The Challenge aims to raise awareness about conscious living, informed consumption, and the collective impact of individual actions, while empowering them with actionable steps for their own lives.
Who is eligible to Host? Park Districts State Parks Elementary Schools Middle Schools High Schools Colleges & Universities Stadiums & Sports Arenas Golf Courses Marinas Fitness Centers Municipalities and Downtown Streets Retail and Shopping Malls Convention Centers ........ and many more. Host Benefits:
Composting , the process of converting kitchen and yard waste into valuable fertilizer, is the core activity of every gardener. Compost is the single most important supplement you can give your garden, and most gardeners complain that they never have enough! Composters are made in three basic styles – bins, tumblers, and continuous-use.