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Shalom Green
Shalom Park Environmental Initiative promoting Jewish values through sustainable living
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SHARE Charlotte Apr 15
DO GOOD Week starts now! RT this to spread the word about the importance of volunteerism in our community and enter to win a DO GOOD tee! One winner will be chosen at 5 PM TODAY! More info:
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Shalom Green Apr 12
Our April is this Sunday April 15 from 9-11 am. We would dig it if you came out to help!
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Shalom Green Apr 8
Shalom Green board co-chair! Way to go !
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Shalom Green Apr 1
for - may you enjoy this time with family and friends!
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Summer Minchew Mar 29
What an amazing honor! I am at a loss for words. Thank you for the nomination!
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Recyclebank Mar 20
Want to green your , too? These tips will help you be more sustainable by repurposing items around your house. Learn more:
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Recyclebank Mar 21
Pyrex and other heat-treated bakeware and kitchen glass cannot be recycled, so if it’s no longer useful in the kitchen, throw it in the trash, or repurpose it.
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Shalom Green Mar 18
Another ! Thanks to the who and harvested. We’re ready to !
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Shalom Green Mar 17
Tomorrow 3.18 join us for the first garden work day of the season! 9 to 11
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Earth911.com Mar 10
The average American home uses 400 gallons of water per day. Surely you can cut back a little:
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Shalom Green Mar 10
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Urban Gardeners Repu Mar 9
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Recyclebank Mar 8
Because of the potential for problems, many curbside recycling programs will state up front that they don’t accept drinking glasses or other glass kitchenware.
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TerraCycle Mar 9
79% of all plastics produced end up being littered or put in landfills.
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Urban Gardeners Repu Mar 9
Seed Starting: 14 Worst Mistakes to Avoid this Spring: via
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Drawdown Mar 9
“Switching from oil-based to plant-based plastics … cuts the carbon footprint of a product by around 70 percent.” Kudos to for beginning its transition to ! Via
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Shalom Green Feb 23
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Shalom Green Feb 22
It feels like garden season! Stop by the and see what we’re already growing!
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Urban Gardeners Repu Feb 13
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Shalom Green Feb 6
Still. Flowers in winter.
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