less Brita litta’.

October 3, 2010 by  
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Changing the water filter, though great for water quality can be wasteful in respect to water quantity. The instructions usually suggest running a new filter through a few times before the water becomes thirst worthy. Next time around, use those extra jugs of waste water to quench the houseplants or the garden or for small and easy cleaning jobs (like rinsing the sink, wiping down the stove, walls or cupboards etc)

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less Brita litta’.

Goats Spotted in The Wild San Francisco

September 14, 2010 by  
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Photo: “Anna”, via MuniDiaries The Original Lawnmower What’s not to like about using goats to clear weeds and brush? It’s a very green and low-tech way to do landscaping. We’ve posted about it a few times before: There’s the Rent-a-Goat company that allows you to lease a herd just when you need it, there’s also Google’s goats , and even

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Why American Women Accept Climate Change Science More Than Men

September 14, 2010 by  
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It comes down to how we teach boys to be boys and girls to be girls… photo: Jason Pratt .

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Unlucky Animal Lover Nearly Loses Another Arm

September 14, 2010 by  
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Photo: Tony Tanoury While it’s often commendable when a passerby goes out of their way to help an animal in need — still, sometimes it’s best to let others handle it. Case in point, meet Alexander Alcantare

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