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Seventh Inning Stretch to Sustainability

In 2005, the Seattle Mariners recycled 12% of the waste at their home games. By 2012, that figure had increased to 85%. The Mariners’ end game is zero waste. That will require a diversion rate of 90% or more. In order to get there, the
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Food, Glorious Food

I’ve been back from the California Resource Recovery Association (CRRA) annual conference for a few days. I’m still trying to digest everything I learned. And, yes, a lot of it had to do with food – or more specifically, food waste. Food scraps represent 14.5% of
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What Happens If We Don’t Write?

Leeann spent time this summer working with the Indiana Writers Center’s summer program “Building a Rainbow.” Along with other interns and volunteers, she went to the St. Florian summer camp in Indianapolis twice a week to mentor/teach youth 6-13 about the non-school side of writing.
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Going Coastal

Has your summer included a day (or more) at the beach? If so, we hope you enjoyed the sand and the surf! We also hope you found a clear, litter-free beach! Keeping our beaches and oceans clean is a big job and we can all
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