You may have t-shirts in your closet that you don't know what to do with. They might be Summer Camp shirts from the kids or shirts you wore years ago in High School. Why not give them a second life and start a project. Below you will find different ways to upcycle them.
Read the article by Cathy Baker on Goodstuffguide here.
“Imagine waking up every day to the sound of coquís chirping, a
delicious hot breakfast, the rainforest cooled from an overnight rain,
and the sun gleaming through the surrounding trees. But more than that,
it was the people that made it beautiful.”
In our quest to get soil for the RSMAS Community Garden, we tried to approach Home Depot for some soil donation. Home Depot never responded to our requests. We then asked the RSMAS community to bring some bags of soil which didn't work either. At last, Teddy Allen took it upon himself to buy the soil.Thanks to Teddy, the garden is now ready to be planted.
Please see the pictures of the garden preparation.
A swirling sea of plastic bags, bottles and other debris is growing in the North Pacific, and now another one has been found in the Atlantic. But how did they get there? And is there anything we can do to clean them up?
You may read the rest of the article by Russell McLendon on Mother Nature Network here.