A Day Late for Lawns

It can be hard to figure out what to do to save our lawns from ourselves, but the first thing you should know about the plants around your house is that they grow from the roots up.

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Andy Fry
The Last Straw

I targeted straws in general because they are probably the biggest way that we use plastic. We use 500 million plastic straws every single day. That adds up to more than 182 billion straws every single year.

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Andy Fry
Malice, Charity and Binding Up Wounds

But in today’s often angry environment, when righteous indignation shouts from both sides of the barricades, forgiving and embracing are harder to think about. So, can we even now, when the struggle has not abated, seek pathways to reconciliation?

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Earth Charter
Lip Service

It’s not that lip service is bad.  Indeed, we need to speak out and speak up even more.  Still, without walking the talk we fall short of what is truly transformative. 

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Shannon Anderson
A Blank Page

What can we commit to in 2018 that will give all our empty calendar boxes purpose, color, and make this year a healing one for our environment and ourselves? 

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Shannon Anderson