10,000 Butterflies Blog
Recycling is a lot more painless than it was just a few years ago. So, if you’re not already there it’s time to jump on the recycling bandwagon.
If you’re putting in a vegetable garden, just plant a few extra rows of beans or corn or tomatoes or carrots or zucchini. Just plant a little extra, that’s all. And when the veggies are ready to pick, deliver the surplus to your local food bank. It’s that easy to be part of Share the Harvest.
Poor Mother Earth. She’s suffocating under the millions of tons of plastics, paper, and all the other garbage we toss out every day. The latest statistics say we’re producing more than 3.5 million tons of trash daily in the US. Yes, you read that right. Every....
Unless you’ve been living in a cave somewhere for the last few years, you understand that Earth’s climate is changing — and not for the better. It’s time to roll up our sleeves and do what we can to make things a little better. And that’s where The Drawdown EcoChallenge comes in.
What can you do when your kid is a bully? Take it seriously! Parents can help their kids grow into kinder, more responsible people by holding them accountable and helping them make changes.