This week’s entries are all from our esteemed listeners. Ed Hume called in to say, plant a tree, because they suck up all kinds of pollutants. Jeanine in Edmonds reuses the double sided velcro tape […]
An academic analysis of surveys spanning more than 40 years has found that today’s young Americans are less interested in the environment and in conserving resources — and often less civic-minded overall — than their elders were when they were young.
We’ve scoured the magazines for you to let you know what you need…. and what you can reuse … to update your current wardrobe for spring, 2012!
Just like the “Island of Misfit Toys” in the classic Rudolph TV show, Seattle artist Krissy Maier can turn a mismatched earring, a broken necklace or unwearable jewelry into fantastic, everyday pieces.
Have that Halloween party invitation and don’t know what to wear? Kids begging to be a superhero, cartoon character, pirate or princess? Here are some great Puget Sound places for you to find the costumes and accessories (and decor!) to make this trick-or-treat season fun!
Want to be eco-friendly this Halloween? Join one Puget Sound mom who came up with a great way to reuse and recycle – it’s become a nationwide event!