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Become a Community Scientist

Posted by Amy Ryan on 5/6/2024 3:28:11 PM

Become a Community Scientist During Spring Up to Clean Up!

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Nature's Carbon Cleaners

Posted by Amy Ryan on 4/4/2024 2:46:38 PM

Nature's Carbon Cleaners: Unveiling the Power of Trees in Reducing Emissions, written for The Walleye

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Celebrating Lake Superior

Posted by Amy Ryan on 3/20/2024 11:52:52 AM


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Conscious Cuisine

Posted by Amy Ryan on 3/4/2024 2:21:58 PM

Conscious Cuisine: Making Earth Friendly Food Choices- Written for The Walleye

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Embrace Winter Walking

Posted by Amy Ryan on 2/20/2024 9:11:12 AM


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Snow Sports With a Conscience

Posted by Amy Ryan on 2/7/2024 12:14:35 PM

Snow Sports with a Conscience: Eco-Friendly Winter Adventures- Written for The Walleye

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EcoSuperior Year in Review

Posted by Amy Ryan on 12/14/2023 3:52:44 PM

EcoSuperior Year in Review - Written for The Walleye Magazine, January 2024 Issue

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Cleaning Your Home Safely

Posted by Amy Ryan on 12/14/2023 3:12:22 PM

Commercial cleaning products have long been a staple in our homes, helping us maintain a clean and healthy living environment. However, over time, the formulas of these products have evolved, incorporating various synthetic chemicals and toxic solvents. These chemicals can be detrimental to our health and contribute to environmental pollution. The good news is that there's an alternative: household cleaning without harm. By using simple, natural ingredients, you can effectively clean your home while minimizing the impact on your health and the environment.

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Green Infrastructure

Posted by Amy Ryan on 11/14/2023 9:53:10 AM

Hard surfaces, such as roads, sidewalks, and driveways, do not allow melting snow and rainwater to soak easily into soil in urban environments. Runoff flows down the street into storm drains that pour directly into our creeks and rivers. Urban development generally results in 5x or more runoff than natural spaces. This increases the volume of pollution (oil, metals, and bacteria) entering waterways and Lake Superior, which impacts water quality. Without stormwater controls, there is also a greater risk of downstream flooding. By managing our water naturally, we are helping keep our great Lake, Superior!

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