Posts tagged: Compost

10 Green Halloween Tips

Decorations. Instead of buying materials for decorations, gather supplies, arts and crafts throughout the year. Examples include: Turn stockings with runs into spider-webbing Paint foam peanuts (packing materials) and turn them into worms Clean Styrofoam and make Halloween masks Turn cardboard boxes into tombstones Make other creative decorations from netting from bags of oranges, cotton […]

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Green Halloween Tips 2013

When it comes to the holidays the majority of people aren’t really concerned about the costs and they don’t mind spending on items that they will never use again. However, if you would like to make sure that you will have a green Halloween, there are some tips that you could try. Costumes It is […]

Green Holiday – Parties & Entertaining

This is the most party packed time of the year! Lots of food, drinking and tons of waste going on. So however you choose to celebrate, do your best to be nice to the earth while you’re at it! Here are just a few tips to help you green your holiday celebrations! Eco Invites – […]

Green Goes Simple: Conservation at Home

  Kid-friendly Conservation Lessons By Rachel Bertsche for Green Goes Simple School’s out, the weather’s warm, and kids are ready to get out and get dirty. Take advantage of the summer months and teach your children a lesson in eco-education. Call it “Camp Conservation”! With this comprehensive syllabus, kids of all ages can learn to […]

Preventing Methane Gas while Composting

Guest Post by Anthony Garcia Composting, the process of consciously collecting waste to decompose and use as a soil amendment, offers many benefits. Gardeners, whether they are going green as a stress relief from online graduate programs or working outside in professional landscaping, are keenly aware of the nutrients and soil-improving qualities of compost in […]