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1Thing: Reuse, Recycle, Repurpose

Our parent company, Entercom believes in Earth Sustainability... We call it 1Thing. I do too! That's why I love when I see someone recycle or repurpose things! I was in Goshen at the Connecticut Wine Festival last weekend and discovered Glass Act - uniquely different gifts that repurpose used wine...
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You Could Be Flushing The Fuel Of The Future Right Down The Toilet

Forget about solar energy and wind turbines, used toilet paper could be powering your home if Dutch scientists have their way. Researchers from the University of the Netherlands and the University of Amsterdam are looking into that very possibility. One researcher says the basic technology is...
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Can We Remedy Climate Change?

There's been a ton of complaints about Millennials being too invloved with Instagram "likes" and themselves to notice anything around them. I am very happy to report that nothing could be furthur from the truth. according to NYU Prof. 84 percent of this population say they want to make the world a...
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Maureen Hasley-Jones

The English Lady's May Tips Including Composting!

The darling buds of May” is such an apt phrase for one of the most enchanting months, bloom on bulbs and trees and the fresh foliage on trees winking in the sun. By now, you have probably removed most of the winter debris, pruned broken branches and re-edged borders. Do not however, apply that...
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You Can Totally Eat Your Plate Now!

Clean your plate... then eat it! For real!
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Maureen Hasley-Jones

April Gardening Tips - The English Lady

Those April showers that come our way They bring the flowers that bloom in May And when it’s raining, lets not forget, It isn’t raining rain at all, its raining violets Popular ballad sang during World War II by Dame Vera Lynn in England. To create and maintain a healthy organic garden, please...
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Is This Recyclable?

We have a Green Team at work. I am proud that we have a company that cares about recycling and of course we do it at home as well. I sometimes get confused about what is and what is NOT allowed to be recycled. I mean, I get it if there is a triangle sign on the package, but some have numbers and...
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