Washington (GGM) Analysis | February 8, 2020
by Noreen Wise
Composting is quickly becoming a very big deal. Knowing what can be composted, particularly at home, will net many positive rewards for you as an individual as well as your household, the environment, and for contributing in the lowering of global atmospheric carbon levels.
Since there are so many benefits to composting, the sooner we start, the better. For the most part, it’s broken down to a solid mix of “Greens” and “Browns,” the add a bit of water to the bin. Per the US EPA, the breakdown is as follows:
- all fruits & vegetables scraps
- coffee grounds & tea bags
- egg shells
- grass clippings
- yard trimmings
- house plants
- animal manures (except dog and cat)
- shredded newspaper
- dead leaves
- pine needles
- paper napkins
- straw and hay
- corn stalks
- dryer lint
Check your city to see of they have compost drop off stations. Many towns and cities do. Washington DC for example, has compost drop-off at every farmers market, and during winter, there are three locations, one of which is opened on Sundays. Spring and summer months, the public can pick up compost for free to use in home gardens.
We’ve got this, LET’S GO!~
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Washington (Gallant Gold Media Hill Report | Perspective | March 17, 2019)
by Noreen Wise
GREEN should forever be at the forefront of our minds whenever we make weekend plans as well as vacation plans.
Climate Action, is nothing more than a resolution. A proposal. An urgent call of action to help address the most challenging crisis facing America and every nation around the world. Climate change impacts all of us. The traumatic reality brings our diverse global population together through a shared purpose.
With the arrival of spring, we can move into the GREEN fast lane and start planting trees. As many trees as space allows. Pakistan has planted over a billion trees. The most important step for us to remember here in America is that steady consistency is the best path forward. Let’s be inclusive. Let’s create a vision for solving this crisis that the vast majority will identify with and participate in. No closed doors. No closed minds.
Here’s a quick lesson on how to properly plant a tree:
Have fun! Make it a family or friend event. It’s wonderful to know that around the world, communities are gathering to plant trees. Not only will this reduce carbon, it will provide cleaner oxygen and a more beautiful environment that will add cheer to our lives. Health and beauty are worth fighting hard for.
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