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Use Earth Day To Educate Your Kids By Recycling Their Crayons

It's the 44th anniversary of Earth Day!  Go green. Reduce, recycle and reuse.   When it started back in 1970, only 20 million people recognized Earth Day, now more than a billion people around the world are expected to mark the day.  Here's an idea that will help you teach your kids about Earth Day and recycling using something very familiar to them, their crayons!

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Habitat for Humanity of Superior Collects and Recycles Your Used and Defective Holiday Lights

I have been monitoring the map for the Recycling Association of MN because they have a holiday lights recycling program in place, however the closest to us is either Hinckley or Grand Marais.  I was excited to read that Habitat for Humanity of Superior has stepped up and is collecting and recycling your used and or defective holiday lights in the Northland. 

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(Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
(Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
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My Earth Day Apology to Our Planet

Today I woke up like any other Earth Day, not realizing that it's Earth Day.  I mean, it's something we really don't look forward to unless your big into planting trees.  So I thought back on how I've mistreated the earth this last year.  It's almost always by accident, but still it wasn't good for the environment.  I'm not a litterer, and I recycle... most of the time.  But here are some things I'm sorry about.

1.  My boat motor.  It's old, it leaks, and it's not good for the lakes.  I've tried and actually improved it, but man it's spilled its fair share of gas. 

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Photo Courtesy:  Jim Snell
Photo Courtesy: Jim Snell
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Unusual Household Items Create Unique Repurposed Gifts That Will Make You Say “NO WAY”

It was an absolutely perfect time for the Cloquet Artisan's to show their recycled creativity.  B105 has had a heightened awareness of being environmentally friendly with our GO GREEN SPECTACULAR.  As I wandered through the talented Art Vendors in the Cloquet Armory, I had several jaw dropping moments.  For instance, just guess what the plastic bag holders in this picture are made of.....just guess!

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Flickr user *clairity*
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Go Green With the Duluth Streams Corps, Our Streams Need Our Help

I’ve lived in Duluth for four years now, and I’m constantly amazed at how special this place is. The view, the beaches, the music, the food – I could go on and on. For a city its size, Duluth has an incredible variety to offer its citizens. The things that astonish me the most, though, are the streams and wild places that flow right through the city. There are dozens of them – 42 to be exact – each with their own history, personality, and secluded charm.

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Go Green With Community Action Duluth To End Local Poverty

Community Action Duluth is doing their part to assist those in need.  One-third of the people who reside in the City of Duluth live in poverty or are considered working poor.  Community Action Duluth is doing what they can to help those who are struggling.

For one month, we can combine efforts and "GO GREEN".  You and I, and several businesses will make the commitment and we will all benefit. 

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