Switch to Reusable Cloth Diapers | Tuesday Tip

It’s important to use cloth diapers in an environmentally optimal way by washing them in full loads, air-drying if possible, and reusing them on a second child. If done properly, it can reduce your carbon footprint by almost 40 percent compared with disposable diapers.

Reuse Scrap Paper | Tuesday Tip

As most teachers and parents can confirm, children love to doodle and draw and it’s more than likely that you can scrounge up some old paper around the house. Don’t let that scrap paper go to waste!

Bring Back the Clothesline | Tuesday Tip

Using a clothesline to dry your clothes whenever possible is a great way to reduce carbon emissions.

Tackle Trash on Trails| Tuesday Tip

It’s important to go for nature walks and embrace the great outdoors and all that Mother Nature has to offer. It’s heartbreaking when we see these trails littered with garbage, so go the extra step to clean up any trash you see along the way!

Try Grasscycling | Tuesday Tip

Grass clippings contain moisture, valuable nutrients, and decompose quickly. Grasscycling saves time and money and helps the environment!

Turn Off The Tap | Tuesday Tip

Turning off the water between wetting your toothbrush and rinsing your mouth is one of the simplest and most effective ways to save water while brushing your teeth. 

Regrow Veggies From Scraps | Tuesday Tip

With sometimes as little as a week and only a cup of water, you can start to regrow vegetable scraps to be used again. The kitchen is full of painless green solutions!

Don’t Release Balloons Outdoors | Tuesday Tip

This might seem like common sense by now, but balloons are terrible for the planet whenever they land in ecosystems. There have been some companies that claim to make biodegradable balloons, but it might be safer to explore other ways to celebrate together outdoors like planting trees, flying kites, pinwheels, floating flowers on water, and […]

Help Launch Sustainable Packaging | Tuesday Tip

We order, ship and takeout now more than ever before, so it’s important that vendors and companies adjust their packaging material to become more eco-friendly. Let your voice be heard!

Help Keep A Dark Sky | Tuesday Tip

The International Dark-Sky Association helps to educate people about energy-efficient, properly designed lighting that allows for good night sky viewing. The Fatal Light Awareness Program educates individuals about how urban lights harm migratory birds.