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Shalom Park Environmental Initiative promoting Jewish values through sustainable living
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FAO Oct 14
Carrots are carrots. Don't judge. Pick 'ugly' fruit and vegetables to reduce your . Every action counts for a world.
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FAO Oct 13
Without healthy and fertile soils we can't produce our food. 🥕🥔🍅 We need to respect the ground beneath our feet, it's more than just dirt.
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FAO Oct 13
There is wonder in growing our food. A combination of water, soils, hours of hard work and more produce the thing we need the most. How can we not respect it?
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Recyclebank Oct 12
There are a lot of small and larger changes that we can make to make our coffee habit more sustainable and energy-efficient. Here’s how!
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FAO Oct 12
1.3 BILLION tonnes of food is wasted every year. We can: 🛒Shop smart 📅Understand dates on food 🍏Buy 'ugly' fruit and vegetables What are your tips to reduce ?
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Shalom Green Oct 1
Please join a movie screening and panel! This is a free event but please register: Visit the LJCC Customer Service Desk, or call 704-366-5007.
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FAO Sep 30
The choices we make today will determine our . A few actions we can all take: 👉Reduce your 👉Support your local farmers 👉Adopt a more healthy and sustainable diet Respecting our food for a 🌍
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Recyclebank Sep 28
From better meal planning to knowing what to do with leftovers, these ideas will help you minimize kitchen waste.
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Recyclebank Sep 28
As you continue to replenish your garden with healthy, weed-free soil year after year, you may see fewer weeds appear.
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FAO Sep 30
it takes 13 litres to produce one tomato? Water is essential to produce anything you eat or drink. When you waste food, you also waste precious water. Let's respect this precious resource.
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FAO Sep 30
Why opting for the not so perfect fruit and vegetables is helping the economy, the environment and our mission for 🌍 👉 🍓🍏🍊
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Shalom Green Sep 26
As we encounter the natural world during this season, inspires us to address current issues. What’s your issue?
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Shalom Green Sep 23
Thanks to all of the who came out to our September garden work day today! to your efforts we’re ready to plant crops!
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EDF Sep 21
What you need to know about the connection between hurricanes and climate change.
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Shalom Green Sep 21
Our September garden work day is this Sunday 9/23 from 9-11. We’ve got work to do! Hope you can dig in!
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Recyclebank Sep 21
Plants themselves are as green as can be, soils and plant foods can be laden with chemicals, and it’s easy to get wasteful by buying new planters and other accessories.
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Mrs Meyers Clean Day Sep 18
With our Compassion Project, we're aiming to make the world a better place by growing kindness in kids.
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Recyclebank Sep 21
The main solvent used in conventional dry-cleaning, perchloroethylene (or "perc"), has been deemed a hazardous air pollutant by the EPA.
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Shalom Green Sep 21
Great article about from featuring about and the relationship between and the loss of
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