The 30-minute film sponsored by Interfaith Power and Light will screen on Tuesday, January 19, at 6:30 pm ET, and a 60-minute webinar will follow directly afterward at 7 pm ET.... (More...)
Here are some greener ideas.
Separately wrap the bottom and top of a box. It may use more paper initially but the box can be used over and over.
The easiest and most popular alternative... (More...)
From the Podcast On Being with Krista Tippet, The Intelligence of Plants, Robin Wall Kimmerer, Update Aug 20. 2020:
“In talking with my environment students, they wholeheartedly... (More...)
Our solar panels started producing electricity late last year. Here’s an update (we get billing reports every two months for our main electric circuit):
In January and February,... (More...)
Every $3.00 GIVE BACK WHERE IT COUNTS reusable bag sold at the Mahopac Route 6 ACME in August will generate a $1 donation for the FPCY Food Pantry Plus!
Consider adding to your collection,... (More...)
Now that we are out and about a bit more, remember to shop at local farmer’s markets if you feel comfortable doing so. A typical carrot travels 1,838 miles to reach your dinner table... (More...)
Join us (virtually) on June 28 at noon as we hear from Gillian Rosh about novel ways to treat our “precious plastic” and upcycle it into new uses.
The purpose of the talk... (More...)
More Tips For Reducing Plastic Use
Start a small garden so you don’t have to buy vegetables at the store. This may seem like a big task but if you start small it’s not... (More...)
Our Bookkeeper, Stephanie Hare, reports that our last electricity bill had only the minimum, basic service charge of about $48. We generated all the electricity we needed using our... (More...)
On Earth Day Sunday I talked to you all about really reducing your use of plastic while we’re at home at this time. Plastic is bad for every living thing on our... (More...)
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