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  1. 06 Jun, 2019
    Grow Food In Containers
    Growing your own food is just smart and a great way to not have to rely on the stores to have what you want. Just because you live in an apartment or don't have much land doesn't mean you can't grow your own food. There are plenty of vegetables that do great in containers, such as tomatoes, peppers, onions, lettuce, spinach, beets, and of course many herbs. Take into consideration how big the plant gets and plant accordingly into the right size pot. Make sure it has a drainage hole or two, and
  2. Conserve Water
    06 Jun, 2019
    Conserve Water
    Water is a precious resource in our environment. Growing populations and ongoing droughts are squeezing our water resources dry, causing natural habitat degredation and impacting our everyday use of water. We have no choice but to pay more attention to how we are using water, and how we may be wasting it. We must bridge the gap between our understanding of how important water is to our survival and what we can do to ensure that we have an adequate supply of clean water for years to come. Below
  3. Make Your Own Natural Bath & Beauty Products
    06 Jun, 2019
    Make Your Own Natural Bath & Beauty Products
    Outer beauty is a reflection of our health. When healthy and well-nourished our skin glows, our hair is silky and our eyes are bright. Ironically, most “beauty” products are anything but healthy. Often laced with dozens of chemicals, conventional bath and beauty products are destructive to the planet's health as well as our own. Fortunately, simple and effective alternatives are waiting to be discovered in your kitchen cupboards. In fact, just three ingredients from your kitchen can make most of
  4. Conserve Energy
    29 May, 2019
    Conserve Energy
    CONSUMER TIPS Turn thermostats down to 68 degrees or below - reduce settings to 55 degrees before going to sleep or when away for the day (for each 1 degree, you'll save up to 5% on your heating costs). Turn off non-essential lights and appliances. Avoid running large appliances such as washers, dryers, and electric ovens during peak demand hours from 5 am to 9 am and 4 pm to 7 pm. Close shades and blinds at night to reduce the amount of heat lost through windows. Buy Energy Star appliances,
  5. 23 May, 2019
    Grow Your Own Food
    Growing your own food and being self sustainable is something to really consider to save money and eat healthier. It used to be the way of life for most families, but we are now too dependent on the grocery stores or the older generation. It's not as hard as you would think and gets quite addicting! Think about sewing your seeds indoors. All you need are some trays with holes in them, a larger pan to set the seed trays in so they can sit in water, seed planting soil, seeds of your choice, and a
  6. Save The Earth With Your Car
    23 May, 2019
    Save The Earth With Your Car
    Help save the planet by modifying your driving habits and by maintaining your vehicle in an environmentally responsible manner. Recycle motor oil and batteries Call your local transit system for bus schedules Call your local carpool program or start one in your town Carpool the kids to their school events Carpool to the ski slopes Carpool to go shopping Eat lunch at the office instead of going out Call stores first to see if they have what you want Combine several small trips into one Shop by
  7. 16 May, 2019
    Folk Medicine 101
    Nature is a veritable pharmacy of medicinal plants. Flowers, roots, leaves, fruits, bark and seeds can be gathered, combined and prepared for healing. Herbs and ointments, teas and tonics, powders and salves have been a way of life for generations. All cultures and societies have knowledge best described as folk medicine. Folk medicine often coexists with formalized, education based, and institutionalized systems of healing such as Western medicine. Much of today's modern medicine was
  8. Make Less Waste
    16 May, 2019
    Make Less Waste
    All the garbage you throw away is destined to end up in a landfill. What’s more, most of the items constituting your garbage (metal, plastic, paper, and everything else) was probably created using environmentally harmful methods. When you produce less trash, you ease up your environmental impact. Consider doing the following: Purchase reusable products, and avoid buying new ones. Take care of, and repair, the ones you currently own. Use glass containers instead of plastic. Stop using plastic
  9. Shop Smart & Healthy
    08 May, 2019
    Shop Smart & Healthy
    Making smarter food choices at the grocery store helps the planet and it animals and is important for a healthier diet. Avoiding processed foods and factory farmed products dramatically reduces your contribution to environmental destruction and animal exploitation, while improving your health. Follow these tips to make smart and healthy food choices: Shopping for Fruits & Vegetables: - Choose a variety of fruits and veggies for a colorful plate! - Buy fresh, organic fruits and veggies. -
  10. 08 May, 2019
    Plant A Garden
    Gardens yield tasty and healthful produce three out of four seasons a year. Examples of the many types of produce you can grow in your home or community garden include: fresh sweet corn, tomatoes, potatoes, sweet potatoes, lima beans, green beans, watermelons, pumpkins, cantaloupes, peppers, carrots, squash, zucchini, broccoli, herbs, as well as ornamental plantings including sunflowers, pumpkins and gourds. How much will a garden cost? The annual cost to maintain a garden is approximately
  11. Help Save Elephants
    02 May, 2019
    Help Save Elephants
    Centuries ago, the African elephant enjoyed ample representation among the teeming herds of wildlife that roamed the African continent. Today, their survival dangles on the precipice of extinction due to unchecked human population growth and overdevelopment. Once numbering in the millions, the continent-wide population in Africa is now estimated to be just under 600,000 elephants. Elephants exist in one of the most complex societal units of any land mammal. A typical elephant herd consists of a
  12. Learn To Compost
    28 Apr, 2019
    Learn To Compost
    Compost is organic material that can be added to soil to help plants grow. Food scraps and yard waste currently make up 20 to 30 percent of what we throw away, and should be composted instead. Making compost keeps these materials out of landfills where they take up space and release methane, a potent greenhouse gas. Composting Basics All composting requires three basic ingredients: - Browns: This includes materials such as dead leaves, branches, and twigs. - Greens: This includes materials
  13. 25 Apr, 2019
    Eat More Fruits & Vegetables
    We all know fruits and vegetables are an important part of a healthy diet, and a plant-based diet is good for the planet and its animals. But most people don’t eat enough of these healthy powerhouses. An easy way to make sure you’re getting enough of the good stuff is to find new ways to mix them into meals you already enjoy. And aim for making at least ½ your plate full of fruits and veggies. Try increasing your fruits and vegetables by following these tips. Getting More Out of Breakfast Add
  14. 50 Things You Can Do For Cleaner Air
    25 Apr, 2019
    50 Things You Can Do For Cleaner Air
    DRIVE LESS - DRIVE SMART About half the air pollution comes from cars and trucks. Two important ways to reduce air pollution are to drive less -- even a little less -- and to drive smart. Taking fewer trips in your car or truck helps cut air pollution. And adopting smart driving habits reduces your car's emissions. Driving less doesn't mean you have to stay home. Try combining driving with alternative modes of transportation: Carpool Walk or ride a bicycle Shop by phone or mail Ride public
  15. Save The Seals
    25 Apr, 2019
    Save The Seals
    Each year thousands of seals are killed in Canada. The seals suffer painful and lingering deaths. The weapon used is a club, the brutal hakapik. Sometimes the seals are skinned alive. Sealers often use sharpened steel hooks to drag the creatures on board their vessels. Seal-clubbing is justified by the Canadian government because its victims are adversely affecting the profits of the Newfoundland fishing industry. A harp seal can be legally killed as soon as it has begun to moult its white
  16. 21 Apr, 2019
    Celebrate Earth Day Everyday
    Take action on Earth Day, April 22, and everyday to preserve and protect our natural environment and its animals. Picking up litter, removing invasive plants, cleaning up parks and roads, recycling programs and simply encouraging friends, family and youth to get outside to experience nature are just some of the efforts you can take to make a difference for the planet. As an individual, family or group, you can get involved in numerous ways to protect and preserve our planet and its animals.
  17. Choose The Right Light Bulbs
    21 Apr, 2019
    Choose The Right Light Bulbs
    If you need a new light bulb, you have a hard decision to make. There are several kinds of light bulbs to choose from. What are they? Does it make a difference? Lights use a lot of electricity, so it's important to use the most efficient ones. Efficient bulbs use less electricity to make light. Using less electricity in turn creates less pollution and saves you money. It's better for everyone. So what are the different kinds of light bulbs? The most common light bulbs you can find at the
  18. Save The Earth At Home
    21 Apr, 2019
    Save The Earth At Home
    There are many things you can at home to help protect and preserve the planet. Here are some easy eco-friendly tips for making your home more environmentally friendly. Insulate your home Buy energy efficient appliances Caulk and weather-strip Install storm windows Wear warm clothing and turn down your thermostat Close off unused areas in your home Buy low wattage or compact fluorescent light bulbs Turn off lights that don't need to be on Use cold water instead of hot Use small ovens or
  19. Save The Earth At Work
    21 Apr, 2019
    Save The Earth At Work
    You can help save the planet by adopting some environmentally friendly workplace practices. Encourage your coworkers and employer to do the same. Schedule deliveries together Subsidize and sell employee bus passes in the office Encourage employees to phone first rather than driving Use teleconferencing instead of driving to meetings Take the bus, walk or ride your bike to meetings Offer employees incentives for not driving Buy gas-efficient or alternatively fueled vehicles for your fleet Put a
  20. Shop For The Planet
    21 Apr, 2019
    Shop For The Planet
    BUY PRODUCTS IN THE LARGEST SIZE YOU CAN USE; AVOID EXCESS PACKAGING Buy cereal in a large box instead of in individual serving sizes. Buy juice in concentrates and use reusable containers instead of single serving packages. Save money by buying bottled water in a large plastic jug instead of six packs of 16 ounce bottles. Reuse plastic water bottles. Buy large packages of sugar and flour. Avoid the small boxes of raisins and buy the same amount in the 24 ounce box. BUY REUSABLE AND LONG
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Around the world, individuals, groups and organizations are making a difference for animals and the planet every day. From saving a companion animal from cruelty, to saving an entire species from extinction, simple choices and actions that you can make will help save animals and the earth.

You can make a difference for animals by adopting an animal, recycling, choosing humane products, donating to a charity of your choice, distributing flyers and fact sheets, encouraging humane legislation, planting wildlife gardens, trapping and neutering feral cats, volunteering, and educating others about earth and animal issues.

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