12 Days of Low-Waste Holiday Tips: how to celebrate eco-friendly, Covid-safe holidays – Part Two

This is the second part of our “12 Days of low-waste holiday tips on how to celebrate eco-friendly, Covid-safe holidays”. Find the first part here. Read below for more tips on how to celebrate the holiday season in a way that produces less waste and

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12 Days of Low-Waste Holiday Tips: How to celebrate eco-friendly, Covid-safe holidays – Part One

Yes, it is actually December. We are shocked too at how fast time has flew by this year. Between the Covid-19 global pandemic, important social justice movements, and personal moments of celebration and anxiety, it has been a whirlwind of a year for most people.

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How to properly wrap up Halloween activities

Did your family celebrate Halloween by trick or treating or with a small party? Halloween is neat, but the aftermath can be messy. Here are quick tips on how to wrap up your Halloween festivities. Can you recycle candy and chocolate wrappers? Whether you indulged

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Back to School with Zero Waste: Simple Tips for an Eco-Friendly Year

From lunch boxes filled with wrappers to backpacks overflowing with paper, back to school isn’t just hard for our kids, it can also have a negative impact on our planet. Luckily, embracing zero waste can make this school year a little different. We can’t guarantee

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4 alternatives to water balloon fights with little to zero waste: sustainable water games

If you’re looking for water games for kids or adults to wrap up the summer, we have a great list for you. As families prepare for back-to-school season, here are ideas for low-contact, low waste water games to wrap up the sunny days. Water balloons

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How to properly dispose of food related items from backyard picnics

With COVID-19 turning our summer vacations upside down, many families are turning to summer backyard picnics to safely enjoy the hot weather. How to reduce food waste and dispose of backyard picnic items properly can vary from municipality to municipality, but it’s one worth paying

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