I found these at the Five Points Community Farmer’s Market in Norfolk, VA.
And Amelia at the Green Alternatives store in Norfolk, VA. found a new use for an old window. (Which she displayed beautifully in her store near the cash register.)
Cloth glued on glass panes of an old window.
Beer bottle cap ideas sent in by readers:
We branched out from composting food scraps and organic matter. We started adding paper to the compost about a year ago. My hubby thought if we shredded the heck out of it, it might compost faster. He was right!
Cross-cut shredded paper, almost pulp.
Posted in Composting
Tagged Compost, composting paper, eco-friendly, Environment, green lifestyle, less trash, less waste, military lifestyle, military spouse, reducing carbon footprint, Waste Management, zero waste
I’m not one to pay $3 for a cup of coffee, and I know it’s not a “local” coffee shop,
but I have to give it to Starbucks when it comes to making an effort.
Posted in Folks helping the environment, Recycling
Tagged Caps-n-Cups, coffee cup, coffee grounds, Environment, green lifestyle, less waste, military lifestyle, military spouse, paper cups, recycling material, reduce, reusable, Starbucks, Waste Management, zero waste
Last year we transported the homemade compost in my trunk from Norfolk, VA to Yulee, FL in order not to waste what we’d worked so hard to make and in order to use the homemade compost in our new garden.
The compost didn’t smell bad, but it was hot and wet and left a mess in the bags. Continue reading
Posted in Reusing
Tagged avoiding the landfill, Compost, garbage bags, Garden, grass clippings, less waste, military lifestyle, military spouse, reusing, reusing garbage bags, zero waste