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Outdoor Thanksgiving Dinner: Tips to Make It Happen

Thanksgiving is the time of year when friends and family traditionally gather for a group meal to celebrate the year. People come together to share food, stories, and company as households worldwide give thanks for the good things in life. This year, however, Thanksgiving will look different as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to affect households […]

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Going Green: Halloween Reimagined

As you’re likely well aware, Halloween isn’t going to be the same ole, same ole this year. Due to the coronavirus and social distancing measures many areas have in place, celebrations and holidays will probably be a little different. Fortunately, that’s okay. We’ve come up with a number of ways you can enjoy this spookily, […]

The Biofriendly Podcast - Episode 42 - Seasons Greetings

Seasons Greenings

It’s the most wonderful time of the year which means most of us will put a decorated tree in our homes, but should it be a real or fake tree? This week, Noel and Jacob discuss how cutting down trees can be helpful to our planet and learn that vampires always want to stay over at our place.

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How To Decorate For Christmas With Only Natural Materials

The seasons are changing and the holidays are coming! Snow is about to fall, and people are rushing left and right to buy gifts and gadgets. Other than presents, however, there is another way to bring out the holiday spirit. And that is through natural decorations. Have you prepared your decor yet? If not, why […]

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These 3 Biofriendly Halloween Tricks Are Actually Treats

It’s that time of year again…the witching hour, the time when all the little ghouls and goblins come a knockin’, when pumpkins seemingly come to life and when certain, biofriendly tricks can actually become beneficial treats. Happy Halloween! Decorations Decorating around the holidays can be so much fun! It can also be relatively inexpensive if […]

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4 Biofriendly Activities to Celebrate the Autumnal Equinox

Autumn is officially here. Now this doesn’t mean it’s time to change your clocks back (if your state/area observes Daylight Savings Time), it simply means the Autumnal Equinox aka Autumn Equinox aka Fall Equinox is upon us. So, summer is officially over for those north of the equator and fall has arrived. What Is the […]

Environmentally-Friendly Pumpkin Tricks and Treats

With Halloween just around the corner, many of you probably already have your decorations out and your costumes all lined up. So, instead of telling you about ways you can green up your Halloween (which hopefully you are doing on your own), I wanted to give you a few environmentally-friendly tricks and treats to help you […]

Green St. Patrick’s Day, Sans the Dye

Like many holidays celebrated here in the United States and around the globe, St. Patrick’s Day is steeped in traditions. While many people may be entirely unaware of the religious and cultural traditions on which St. Patrick’s Day is based, there are still elements of this holiday we all know and love. One of the most common traditions […]

Going Green This Halloween

Halloween is a time of year when tricks and treats are allowed to run rampant. Kids dress in costume, candy is handed out to anyone who comes knocking and pumpkins are reborn as scary jack-o-lanterns. It is also the time of year when the weather begins to cool, days become shorter and the leaves begin […]

Green Ways to Celebrate the Fourth of July

When it comes to the Fourth of July, Canada Day or any other holiday for that matter, many people have certain traditions they like to involve themselves in from year to year. On the 4th many people like to spend the day hanging out around the barbeque, others head out to the beach or lake […]