Jump For Joy: Spring Into Action By Repurposing That Old Trampoline

October 30, 2015 by  
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Once upon a time, the outdoor trampoline was the kids’ favorite toy. They could spend hours jumping up and down on it and never fall off. Now that those kids are older, these trampolines look very lonely in the backyard. What a waste; they should…

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Jump For Joy: Spring Into Action By Repurposing That Old Trampoline

Simple Ways To Green Your School, No Matter Its Colors

August 20, 2015 by  
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Yeah, the kids are going back to school! This can also lead to added stress for eco-minded parents and students. Just looking over the school supply list gives me the shakes! Hand sanitizer, baggies, paper towels, tissues, wipes, waste, waste, and…

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Turn Dried-Out Markers into Watercolor Paints

June 3, 2013 by  
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Julie Finn of the website Crafting a Green World came up with a simple way to upcycle old, dried-out markers that will also give the kids a new art supply: watercolor paints.

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Tips for Snipping Spring Flowers Without Harming Your Plants

June 3, 2013 by  
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Earth911 spoke with gardening expert Melinda Myers to find out how to cut fresh, long-lasting flowers from your garden without harming your plants. Read on for her top tips.

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