Most of us don’t try to shove large pieces of food waste down our drains, but what about the grease that results from cooking? Have you ever emptied a frying pan down your drain? Maybe your plumber told you it’s not good to pour used cookingRead more
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Most of us know that littering is wrong. Cigarette butts, crumpled and cracked plastic water bottles, fast food wrappers, sharp metal cans, and plastic shopping bags make a mess of neighborhoods, parks, roadsides, and streams. Wind, water, animals, and traffic move litter around, sending it down storm gutters, into fences and trees, andRead more
Most of us set a New Year’s resolution of some kind each year. One of the most common is to spend less money, and the easiest way to do this is to buy less things. This year, make a Reduce-olution! Here are some tips to help reduce your consumptionRead more
The holidays brought wonderful memories of gift-giving, warm wishes, holiday music, and family and friends gathered round the table. We festooned our homes with special decorations and, if our tradition included one, put up a holiday tree! Now, as the season comes to an end,Read more
This time of year is full of gift-giving and delicious food! That means we make extra trips to the grocery and other stores to buy all we need to make the holidays special. If everyone uses a new, disposable bag for each trip to theRead more