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“Most people know that shredded newspaper and brown paper makes good compost, but don’t forget that you can also compost cotton balls, Q-tips (as long as they don’t have plastic stems), tissues, and hand wipes, as well as wooden toothpicks, skewers, wine corks, chopsticks, popsicle sticks, and matchsticks.” 

Find out what other things you might be missing at www.plantea.com/compost-materials.htm

(This tip is from my Daily Green Calendar)

This is so cool!

My friend Deb did some research and discovered that Edison ParkFast locations now offer parking for your bikes. The cost is only $1 per day/$20 per month and is offered at all of their locations!

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Balance…

You achieve balance not by pushing against your body, BUT BY FOLLOWING IT’S LEAD.

Have you ever been out to eat and wonder what type of seafood you should order?  Use the “Seafood Watch” pocket guide to find regional information on ocean friendly fish and seafood that you should avoid!  It’s so helpful, I use it all the time!

$10 billion = The amount Americans spend per year powering electronics that are plugged in, but not in use!!! Stock up on power strips!!

“The work of conservation is inspired by wonder, gratitude, reason, and love…love for wild and settled places, for animals and plants, for people living now and those yet to come, for the creations of human hands and mind.”

Scott Russell Sanders

Beautiful Kripalu...

William Kamkwamba is just a kid who had an idea…What this video and be amazed…