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Kermit the Frog Was Wrong… It IS Easy Being Green!

Kermit the Frog is well-known for his famous song, “It’s Not Easy Being Green.” A blog on National Public Radio’s website states: “This song epitomizes Kermit’s role as the sensitive hero, the not-so-fearless leader of the Muppets. He goes from “gosh, it’s rough being green” to “well,

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Green Activism at Schools and on College Campuses is Key to the Earth’s Future Wellbeing

Today’s youth are the individuals destined to lead the world into the future. If they are not taught and encouraged to embrace environmental conservation, the planet will continue to be plagued by landfills, excessive trash, and pollution. Luckily, a majority of young people that live across the

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Tips on Creating a Zero Waste Kitchen

Hello fellow composters! Hope 2013 is off to a good start for all of you! I’m willing to bet my Green Cycler that many of you made a new year’s resolution to create a Zero Waste Kitchen this year. Right? How’s it been going? Are you finding

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Tips on Dealing with Pests in Your Compost Bin

Fruit flies are a bothersome concern for people who keep compost bins on their kitchen counters or in kitchen cabinets. But there are also other pests (such as various types of rodents and insects) that sometimes pose problems in and around outdoor compost bins. Individuals without compost bins

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How to Make Fast Compost

Compost Diva

Hello friends! It’s your Compost Diva here! I want to take a moment to introduce myself to my newest fans. I also want to say hello to those of you who haven’t heard from me in a while. The truth is I’ve been very busy. You see,

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Will You Make a Composting Resolution this New Year?


Happy holidays everyone! I want to start this post by sharing a little story with you. The story is about what happened at my 4th of July party last summer. Read it all the way through if you want to find out why I, your Compost Diva,

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