Category Archives: GREEN Tips

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FIVE Tips to Keep Our Storm Drains Clean!

ONLY RAIN DOWN THE DRAIN! 5 Simple tips to help stop water pollution It’s time for some spring cleaning! Remember, all of the drains outside go directly to the nearest river. Keep that water clean by sweeping up spilled fertilizers,

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FIVE Tips to Keep Our Storm Drains Clean!

ONLY RAIN DOWN THE DRAIN! 5 Simple tips to help stop water pollution It’s time for some spring cleaning! Remember, all of the drains outside go directly to the nearest river. Keep that water clean by sweeping up spilled fertilizers,

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EPA’s “Cool tips for a HOT summer”

Environmental Protection Agency’s “Cool tips for a HOT summer,” READ, Click Here!

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EPA’s “Cool tips for a HOT summer”

Environmental Protection Agency’s “Cool tips for a HOT summer,” READ, Click Here!

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USDA’s “FoodKeeper” App – Read EcoSmarts

From 805 Living’s November 2015 Edition (Page 28), CLICK HERE

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USDA’s “FoodKeeper” App – Read EcoSmarts

From 805 Living’s November 2015 Edition (Page 28), CLICK HERE

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Recycle Newspapers

Recycle that newspaper today, and it could return to your house tomorrow as a cereal box. Recycle Often. Recycle Right!

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Recycle Newspapers

Recycle that newspaper today, and it could return to your house tomorrow as a cereal box. Recycle Often. Recycle Right!

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Let the Carton Live On! October 1 – December 15

Ventura, did you know that cartons are recyclable?  That’s right! Milk, creamer, juice, soup and even coconut water cartons are just a few examples of recyclables. LEARN how YOU can let the carton live on at CartonLivesOnCA.org #RecycleYourCartons

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Let the Carton Live On! October 1 – December 15

Ventura, did you know that cartons are recyclable?  That’s right! Milk, creamer, juice, soup and even coconut water cartons are just a few examples of recyclables. LEARN how YOU can let the carton live on at CartonLivesOnCA.org #RecycleYourCartons

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Tips To Keep It GREEN Back to School

It’s well a known fact that educating children at a young age about the environment helps form positive patterns that stick with them for life. Here are some back to school tips that can make a difference! ONE:  Eat Smart,

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Tips To Keep It GREEN Back to School

It’s well a known fact that educating children at a young age about the environment helps form positive patterns that stick with them for life. Here are some back to school tips that can make a difference! ONE:  Eat Smart,

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Sun Safety for Summer!

Summer activities leads to spending more time outdoors. Getting a dose of vitamin D each day is good but too much sun can lead to skin cancer and other issues. This is a good time to review some safety tips

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Sun Safety for Summer!

Summer activities leads to spending more time outdoors. Getting a dose of vitamin D each day is good but too much sun can lead to skin cancer and other issues. This is a good time to review some safety tips

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Smart Savings: Eat What You Buy

The average American family tosses away $1600 worth of groceries a year.  Wasted food not only wastes money and precious food, it wastes our natural resources. Here are some helpful tips to help you and your family curb the waste:

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Smart Savings: Eat What You Buy

The average American family tosses away $1600 worth of groceries a year.  Wasted food not only wastes money and precious food, it wastes our natural resources. Here are some helpful tips to help you and your family curb the waste:

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Buy It, Eat It, Don’t Waste It!

The City of Ventura’s Food Waste Prevention Challenge Enters’ its 7 th week! 70 local Families Track Waste and Share Prevention Tips DID YOU KNOW? That 40% of all food grown and produced in the U.S. goes uneaten.  Meanwhile, 1

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Buy It, Eat It, Don’t Waste It!

The City of Ventura’s Food Waste Prevention Challenge Enters’ its 7 th week! 70 local Families Track Waste and Share Prevention Tips DID YOU KNOW? That 40% of all food grown and produced in the U.S. goes uneaten.  Meanwhile, 1