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  • Kayla St. George's avatar
    Kayla St. George 7/31/2021 8:24 PM
    Another PFJ in the books!

  • Katherine  Burgueño 's avatar
    Katherine Burgueño 7/31/2021 8:17 PM
    The last day of July.  It was a good run; will work to keep the learnings and messages of this month front of mind in the days ahead.

  • Jeff Prasnal's avatar
    Jeff Prasnal 7/31/2021 7:05 PM
    Great job ZNE. It’s been a pleasure saving the world with you all! Let’s Keep up those good habits we started doing this month and always remember, Reduce. Reuse. Recycle!

  • Nicole Hellmuth's avatar
    Nicole Hellmuth 7/31/2021 7:03 PM
    Congratulations to everyone who took the time to make some environmentally friendly choices this month! Let's keep the momentum going for months to come!

  • Grace DaFonseca's avatar
    Grace DaFonseca 7/31/2021 5:08 PM
    Another great plastic-free July in the books! Looking forward to carrying what I learned into the rest of the year and doing it again next July! 
  • Reflection Question
    Lifestyle Complete a Waste Audit
    What did you learn about the waste you create? Where can you reduce the most?

    Jason Platt's avatar
    Jason Platt 7/31/2021 3:59 PM
    I found by composting and limiting plastic from my daily use. I am only throwing out a reused brown bag of garbage every two week sometimes longer

  • Jason Platt's avatar
    Jason Platt 7/31/2021 3:57 PM
    Awww that's the end?  See you all next year!

  • Caitlin McCartan's avatar
    Caitlin McCartan 7/31/2021 1:11 PM
    This little helper ceaned up someone’s plastic picnic mess left at our local park. 

  • Jean Orlando's avatar
    Jean Orlando 7/31/2021 8:04 AM
    Loved switching to True Earth laundry sheets. Looking forward to move to using more products without a plastic container.

  • Celina Burgueño's avatar
    Celina Burgueño 7/31/2021 6:53 AM
    Learning about bio plastics was my last one time challenge. Interesting to read, but not very encouraging. Most of these things will contaminate normal recycling and my town doesn’t even have options for them! Seems like a hopeful idea but not fully baked.