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July 1 - July 31, 2020

21 Acres Center for Sustainable Living

21 Acres

The 21 Acres Center for Local Food & Sustainable Living is a leader in sustainable and regenerative practices, serving as a living laboratory center for conscious consumers who want to learn new, more sustainable ways of living based in Woodinville, Washington. Our regenerative farm, L.E.E.D. Platinum Certified building, and locally sourced regenerative Farm Market serve to enrich our communities through education and by providing a hands-on experience in supporting local food systems that heal the earth as it nourishes the people who grow and eat from it! We’re all about education and inspiration: Sharing ideas, providing resources, and creating opportunities for engagement — whether it be on our campus or through virtual channels. Follow us on Facebook and Instagram with the handle @21acres, and visit us on our website at 21acres.org for more information!

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Team Impact

  • up to
    1
    conversations
    with people
  • up to
    10
    minutes
    spent learning
  • up to
    412
    pieces of litter
    picked up
  • up to
    10
    plastic bottles
    not sent to the landfill
  • up to
    69
    plastic containers
    not sent to the landfill
  • up to
    9
    plastic straws
    not sent to the landfill
  • up to
    1
    waste audits
    conducted
  • up to
    71
    zero-waste meals
    consumed

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  • July 28 at 10:07 PM
    Today I was parked in three different places.  First, a large plant nursery and garden store.  Second, a small farm in nearby Sammamish Valley, and, third, Costco, to visit my eye doctor!  I actually found the most wrappers and plastic on the small farm!! I was surprised, for sure.  Maybe we get so used to seeing clutter we miss the small...
  • July 28 at 3:10 PM
    One area I am lacking in is advocacy and it's been a personal commitment (well, it was also a commitment to Barry's new baby at the baby shower) that I would get more involved in this area.  I would encourage people to sign up for the Zero Waste Washington newsletter as they send out information on how to get involved with very informative...
  • July 27 at 9:46 PM
    Here is a picture of the rye bread my husband made with the flour we picked up at 21 Acres last Wednesday. The flour did come in a plastic bag, but we can use it to put the loaf in, so it won’t be a throw away for at least a few more uses. 
  • July 27 at 1:30 PM
    Today was rest day.  I did trash pick up when walking the dog.  I also shopped PCC and purchased some new produce and bulk food bags to use when we can again do that.  I have been using green produce bags to store produce for many years and many are worn out.  I used this opportunity to add more to my collection.
  • July 27 at 1:27 PM
    While gone the trash day came and went and I found many miscellaneous pieces of plastic and trash that had missed the trash truck and fallen on the ground.  I also spent time washing all the ziploc bags, plastic containers, etc. from the hike on Wednesday and food I took on the overnight.
  • July 27 at 1:25 PM
    I was on my grand adventure for a sleepover at a friend's new home on the beach of Puget Sound.  The beach was pretty clean as it isn't a public beach.  I did find a few miscellaneous wrappers for snack bars.  In the evening we went into town for pizza and again, the parking lot was a treasure trove.  It is becoming fun to see it clean.

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