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In celebration of the 50th anniversary of Earth Day on April 22, 2020, we want to share our FREE publications with teachers and educators!

After further analysis of the New Year survey feedback, we present you with some common trends we found in the open-ended responses. Before reading on, we recommend you check out the first post in this series.

Have you been saving kitchen scraps and yard trimmings for your compost pile? Here are some tips on how to use your mature compost material.

Considering going green for Valentine’s Day? Want to promote environmental conservation? Interested in helping Take Care of Texas with your Valentine? Then we have the perfect Valentine’s Day cards for you!

In this first post we will cover insights from your direct responses, which will help drive our efforts and align our focus. Subsequent posts in this series will cover findings from trends in your open responses and resources to address common questions or situations.

We’re moving in an increasingly green direction, especially with the things we choose to buy and use in our daily lives. But what do these “environmentally friendly” claims and ecolabels on products really mean?

Homeowners and property managers can learn tips to prepare their irrigation system for springtime.

The second part blog post aims to teach about what else you can find in bottled water, as well as helpful eco-alternatives to be more conservative with both water and waste.

No matter where you’re from in Texas, bottled water can be beneficial—but what constitutes as bottled water and where does it come from?

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