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    Tap Water: The Safe and Healthy Choice

    Tapwater. It’s safe for you and your family, and it’s healthier for the environment than bottled water. If you like the taste of some brand of bottled water, then go right ahead and enjoy. But if you have been misled into thinking that you need to buy bottled water or filter your tapwater to protect your family, learn the facts about tapwater and reconsider.

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    No Weeds, No Guilt. Tips for a Toxic-Free Lawn or Garden

    Nothing makes a hard core green thumb madder than weeds in the lawn or garden. They’re ugly. They compete for light, water, and nutrients. But if you treat those weeds with pesticides, you may accidentally pollute your nearby creek! Here are a few secrets for nontoxic pest-control supplies that you can pick up at your local grocery store.

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    Don’t Be A Pain in the Drain!

    There’s a small handful of things you absolutely don’t want to flush down the drain –old cooking grease, unused medicines, and household chemicals. When you dispose of these things improperly, you can cause water pollution and damage the water pipes that everybody shares. Here are a few tips for safe and responsible disposal of household hazardous waste.

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    Water for Life, Your Lawn, Your Planet

    There’s something about the smell of water from a garden hose that just says “summer” to a green thumb. Here are a few tips on how to water your lawn and garden responsibly — conserving water for fish, birds, and the natural environment.

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    Three Tips to Save Water and Money at Home

    Saving water and saving money around the house is a snap if you follow these three simple tips. You’ll feel great knowing that you are doing your part to help protect the environment, and have a little more money in your pocket for the fun things in life, too.

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    Save the Planet — With Your Lawnmower!

    The rain that falls on your yard helps nourish green and healthy grass. And the rain that runs off your yard ends up in the local creek. Here are three tips for how to mow your yard in an environmentally-friendly way that helps prevent water pollution!

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    Learning Art From The Past

    I have been a self proclaimed art appreciator since I first could crawl, I think. I have traveled from Europe to South America viewing the creations and crafts of various culture, countries and people.

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