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Ready Set Green: 8 weeks to Eco-Modern Living

Sharing the cliff notes of book by Graham Hill & Meaghan O'Neill www.treehugger.com Simple steps for this weekend 1. Trade your tissu…

Started by Mrs. Cara Dafforn

1 Feb 27, 2009
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$0.20/sq.ft Raised Bed Construction

The Noble Foundation, researched and demonstrated the benefits of using permanent raised beds in both home and hobby gardening. There searc…

Started by Mrs. Cara Dafforn

0 Feb 23, 2009

More Greenback

The Financial Peace Foundation program was established with the small to medium size nonprofit organization in mind. There is always the ch…

Started by Mrs. Cara Dafforn

0 Feb 19, 2009

Federal Funding for Community Food Projects

The USDA's Community Food Projects (CFP) Competitive Grants Program provides the major funding source for community-based food and agricult…

Started by Mrs. Cara Dafforn

0 Feb 11, 2009

10 Steps to Simple

This discussion is rooted in the thoughts and ideas of the Simple Living Network found here http://www.simpleliving.net but personalized fr…

Started by Mrs. Cara Dafforn

0 Jan 30, 2009

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Through a glass, darkly

Is there anywhere to recycle the glass parts of a sliding glass door?  We recently replaced ours with French doors and don’t want to just throw them away.  I contacted RecycleForce, but they said they can’t accept them nor do they know of anyone that can, so I’m hoping you [...]

Tennis, anyone?

Renee,

Any ideas about what I could do with old tennis balls?

Your loyal reader,

Don Smith

Don,

Advantage, Renee! I do have some ideas for recycling tennis balls.

If you have more than 200 tennis balls, check out the reBounces recycling program. They will provide [...]

Brushing up

Renee,

I realize that not all toothbrushes are created equal, but are toothbrushes recyclable?

Sarah

Sarah,

Toothbrushes are made of at least three materials – nylon bristles, metal staples that hold the bristles in place, and plastic handles – which makes them challenging to recycle. They are not accepted by [...]

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