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Shalom Green
Shalom Park Environmental Initiative promoting Jewish values through sustainable living
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Shalom Green Aug 7
friends! Join us for the second in our Grow Green Gardening class series on 8.19 from 11-12 “Cool Weather Crops.” Extend your growing season and expand your garden !
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Shalom Green Jul 30
Check out our article in the Charlotte Jewish News! Think before you drink from single use plastic bottles and by all means !
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FAO Jul 16
Did you know it takes 50 litres of to produce one orange? When we waste food we also waste the resources that went into producing it.
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Shalom Green Jul 29
The 5 best eco-friendly, reusable straws: via
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Shalom Green Jul 15
Another great garden work day! Thanks to our amazing volunteers
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Recyclebank Jul 11
Paper cups are coated with plastic or wax, so even though they look like normal paper, they need to be thrown in the trash. Consider using reusable cups instead.
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Shalom Green Jun 23
Our June Garden work day is tomorrow 6.24 from 9-11.
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Shalom Green Jun 23
Tomorrow is our first Grow Green class! Join us for Organic Gardening at 11am.
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U.S. Forest Service Jun 18
Happy National ! Virtually all of the world’s seed plants need to be pollinated and this week we want to recognize all of the amazing creatures that do this crucial work.
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Shalom Green Jun 18
More than 40% of plastic is used just once, and then tossed. (Commonly referred to as single-use plastic).
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Shalom Green Jun 6
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FAO Jun 6
School gardens are a great way to teach children about what is needed to grow our food and where it comes from.
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Recyclebank Jun 6
The most important thing about soft plastic recycling is to make sure it is clean (that means no food residue), dry, and empty. Even a single paper receipt inside a grocery bag will slow down the process or contaminate the plastic.
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Recyclebank Jun 6
Test your plastic recycling know-how with this short, fun quiz.
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Shalom Green Jun 5
Time to clean up our act and think twice before you take that straw, and bring your own bottle!
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USGBC North Carolina May 25
Want to know what's involved with getting certification? Learn about Convention Center's expansion from , and 's Stefanie Young. Details on the 5/30 event here:
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Shalom Green May 25
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Shalom Green May 18
In order to mark the agricultural history of , some decorate their house and synagogues with a floral theme. On we celebrate what the 🌏 has given us.
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