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How To Reduce Food Waste (and Save Money)

With supermarkets and grocery stores packed with cheap food brands and prepackaged goods, it’s no wonder we overconsume and overdispose. But buying too much too often and paying less attention to the ways we can save means that as much as 40 percent of the food we produce in the United States continues to get […]

August 17th

4 Simple Ways To Go Green For Back To School

Students, parents of students, and anyone who was ever either or both of these can relate: Back-to-school season is a time for new beginnings, and this too often means new “stuff.” Now is a prime time to reevaluate your habits, schedule, and routine as they relate to your mission to live your best life with minimal impact on the environment.

July 21st

DIY Tips Repurposing Scrap Wood In The Garden

It doesn’t take much looking to find an abundant stock of scrap wood to use in a number of settings. Start your list with this usable material, from shipping boxes and pallets to construction waste and old fences. Check first to ensure reclaimed wood is safe to use Here are links to some sites for […]

September 25th

Maintenance Tips: Using A Power-Pipe

The Power-Pipe is a proven and affordable technology that reduces energy use and water heating costs for a variety of applications in residential, commercial, and industrial facilities. Here’s why, states RenewABILITY Energy: “At 20-30% of home energy consumption, water heating is typically the 2nd highest energy demand. The Power-Pipe can dramatically cut water heating costs and […]

July 24th

Maintenance Tips: Weatherstripping 101

Most people can remember the winter chill of walking barefoot to a doorway needing weatherstripping. Brr! Similarly, in the summer, if you have the A/C running and the weatherstripping is not sufficient, you’re paying to pump cold air out of your house, and creating gobs of unnecessary carbon emissions at the same time. Install new […]

July 20th