Food, Waste, and the Holidays!

By Lydia Keenan As the days get shorter and the weather gets chillier, it is time to start thinking about all the wonderful holidays and events coming up in the next few months. The last year and a half have been challenging for everyone, and we are all eager to reconnect with friends and family. …

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Trash to Treasure

By Andree’ Walker My husband chuckled and rolled his eyes as I said to him, “There is a piece of trash I saw on the side of the road that I can’t stop thinking about!”.  I admit, I have a problem.  I see the piles of garbage people put on the side of the road, …

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Old Lessons for a New Normal

by David Johnston You’re vaccinated. You’re healthy. You’re full of energy and buzzing to return to the world at large. But is it ready for you? I feel it too. The energy in the air. At work, at home, out in the streets. It’s nearly palpable. I’m now three weeks into this rebirth, three weeks …

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Zero Waste for Clean Air

by Deven Patten An amazing benefit of a zero-waste mindset is that it impacts more than just the waste we generate or avoid. In a vacuum, reducing, reusing, and recycling already has a great impact on the physical goods we consume, and the materials used to deliver those goods. However, with an understanding of systems …

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