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Clover lawns are gaining popularity with everyone from social media stars to landscapers. This heat and drought-tolerant plant can increase biodiversity and decrease your water usage (plus, leaving your grass for clover will save you $$$, too).
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A former White House climate advisor shares her journey to reframe her mental health struggles in a positive light– and how doing the same for the climate crisis can prompt impactful change in the right direction. Along the way, she explores remote mountains in Alaska and discusses how voting might be the biggest sustainable choice you can make.
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The iNaturalist app can turn your daily walk into a scientific discovery. Simply share an image of a plant or animal that you're not familiar with, and your observation will be logged for scientific findings. If you're lucky, it just might lead to the discovery of a new species– this one did!
The eco-action we're taking this month...
November is election month, and it's coming up fast! Make sure you're registered to vote in your state to ensure that your voice is heard in this year's elections.
From The Blog...
These tiny, 20-person or fewer affairs are taking the wedding world by storm. They offer an intimate feel and take the stress off, but they also just might be the ticket to a green celebration.
Few kitchen tools are as diverse, handy, and deceivingly simple as a pair of chopsticks. They'll make your life easier– but only if you know how to use them correctly! Here's what you need to know.