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Reuse and Recycle

  • 9 Upcycled Gift Ideas

    Celebrate the holidays, upcoming birthdays or any occasion with these gifts made from upcycled materials.

  • Build a Rain Garden

    Build a rain garden for your enjoyment and the enjoyment of those who drink from, swim in and live in the water around you.

  • Conserve Water with Rain Barrels

    Use rain barrels to collect rainwater to water your crops and conserve natural resources.

  • Go Green to Get Green

    Recycle your old cell phones and electronics for cash.

  • Grease Power

    San Francisco is turning a common kitchen waste into an alternative fuel.

  • Rain Barrels in Wisconsin

    Save your community's water resources, one drop at a time.

  • Think Green When You Clean

    Use these environmentally friendly tips to organize your urban farm and home.

  • Tire Container Gardens

    Tips on using a tire for your container garden.

  • Urban Renewal

    You’ve been wearing your "Reduce, Reuse, Recycle” T-shirt for years, right? Freshen your perspective with these ideas.

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