The Easton Energy & Environment Task Force will be hosting a virtual workshop to encourage residents to reduce waste and enrich garden soil by learning how to compost. The class will be Zoomed on April 22 at 7 p.m. and registration is simple and open to all.
According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, 30-40% of our food supply is wasted each year. A group of students at Joel Barlow High School has set out to reduce food waste in their community.
Barlow’s Eco Club, composed of members Sophie Brault, Victoria Cangialosi, Katherine Continue reading “Black, Gold, and Green: Eco Club’s Composting Mission”
Since we’re spending more time in our homes, spring cleaning is inevitable. As we clean, ridding our homes of the old clothes that don’t get worn, the toys the kids grew out of, and the dishware set that we just replaced, it is important to think about where these items end up when Continue reading “Spring Clean Responsibly”