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However and wherever you are celebrating Memorial Day, try these tips to make the celebrations more environmentally friendly.
Yoko Ono, Sean Lennon and Artists Against Fracking sing, “Don’t Frack My Mother.”
Twenty-nine Vermont towns oppose using a pipeline to carry tar sands oil. How does this affect York County? Three words: Keystone XL pipeline.
Can you rent out your car and save the environment? The CEO of RelayRides thinks so.
The resources needed to produce one turkey for this Thanksgiving — per pound — “are equivalent to driving your car 11 miles and taking a 130-minute shower at 4 gallons per minute,” according to the National Resources Defense Council.
We felt the temperatures rising, and now we know July 2012 was a huge record-breaker, being the hottest month recorded since 1895. This isn’t good for the environment, as the heat is already affecting crops and livelihoods. How do you keep your routine green?
The York Free Store in a new initiative by county residents where items can be donated or “bought” for free, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. the last Saturday of each month at the Friends Meeting House.
Move over mower! An urban garden frolic is set for Aug. 4 in downtown York to teach residents about sheet mulching and its benefits for the environment and the wallet.
Spoutwood Farm will offer a sneak peek at the documentary film “A Fierce Green Fire: The Battle for a Living Planet” 7 p.m. July 25.
Whether inside or outside this summer, reading these five books about the environmental impact of people is a great way to pick up new green living habits to save the Earth.