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How Composting Really Makes a Difference

Many of us think of composting as a smelly, dirty thing. We picture vegetable peels, animal manure, and all other organic material that sits together and gathers unthinkable odors after some time. While there is truth to this—getting involved in nature can be a messy endeavor—the benefits significantly outweigh any preconceived notions we may have …

 

How Cruises Affect the Environment

  UPDATE: This article was written during the outbreak of Coronavirus and the ensuing pandemic. And while the cruise industry, and travel industry in general, will suffer heavily from the impacts of Coronavirus, the information below is nevertheless prevalent in the cruise industry.  At the current time, even in the midst of a pandemic, dozens …

 

Hydroponics to Provide Produce and Help Rescued Fish

In view of the dangers associated with consuming GMO foods which are laced with the cancer causing chemical glyphosate, many are choosing to grow their own food.Growing your own ensures that you control what goes on your food.  You can avoid chemicals like herbicides and pesticides by growing your own food.  Growing your own veggies …

 
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Keep Moving During The Holidays

The hustle and bustle of the holidays, and the stress that accompanies them, leave little room to think about exercise or fitness. When the cold weather arrives, think how easy it becomes to park in front of the TV or the computer for the evening. Furthermore, the office parties, the wide array of tempting treats …

 

Rain Water Harvesting

Water is our most precious resource.  About 97 percent of the world’s water is too salty to serve the human and insect species because it is too salty.  This leaves about 3 percent freshwater for man, animals and insects.  Of that 3 percent of freshwater. only 1 percent is available to us because about 2 …