GIVE UP YOUR DISPOSAL
This is something I learned while putting together this post, "If you aren't composting food scraps, Kate Heyhoe, author of "Cooking Green," says it's better to throw them in the trash than to grind them in the disposal. Food sent down the drain often winds up in the landfill after the sewage treatment plant, so save the electricity -- and 2,000 gallons of water per year." I think you should try composting.
GO MEATLESS WITH ALL THESE PEOPLE.
USE NATURAL CLEANERS
Make your own by visiting the daily green
SHOP RAINFOREST ALLIANCE CERTIFIED
This frog is a symbol of environmental, social, and economic stability. Visit http://www.rainforest-alliance.org/green-living/shopthefrog.
VISIT GREENER PENNY
for one small thing you can do a day to help save the Earth.
So what are your plans for Earth Day?