4. Plan Meatless Meals
Having one meatless day per week is simple, easy and cheap. The effects of skipping on animal products are many, from saving thousands of gallons of water to creating dishes that can easily go into your compost pile and reduce your kitchen waste. Check out this list of five delicious dishes from around the globe, and get excited about the opportunity to eat in an eco-friendly way and expand your culinary repertoire.
5. Research Your Next Eco-Project
Half the battle of getting a project started at home is identifying what you want to do and how it should be done. While the web is full of DIY resources, sorting through the noise is time-consuming. A smart DIY project can be good for the planet and your wallet if you plan accordingly. Get a jump start on your next home repair, craft, or fashion upgrade by checking out these 13 sites that will get your creative gears whirring.
6. Troubleshoot Your Compost Pile
Composting is a simple idea but it can be complicated in its implementation. Piles can be smelly, not warm enough, or attract unwanted guests if not managed correctly. Don’t despair if your composting foray has led you into unknown territory, they can be easy to adjust if you only know how. Our expert’s advice on traditional and worm-based composting will get your decomposition back on track and producing nutrient rich soil additives in no time.