Kids and adults alike people can engage in projects that make our communities greener, healthier places. Here are a few ideas to get started.

Deer in the Wild
Cardboard with recycle symbol and the words Reduce, Reuse, Recycle
No single step can solve our waste disposal problems.
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kids running in a park in summer
ConnectThink about your day yesterday.
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Crushed plastic bottles arranged into recycle symbol
You and the other residents of Wisconsin are doing a great job recycling at home.
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Car in water
You might be wondering how a car pollutes lakes and rivers.
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diverse group of people
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Pollution running out of pipe into lake
You, yes YOU, can help keep our lakes and rivers clean.
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Recycling seperated into different catagories
Take small portions of food and go back for "seconds" if you are still hungry.
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Worms in soil
Vermiculture - A four-syllable word for the care and feeding of your worms.
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Light bulb
Have you lost it? Your view of the nighttime sky that is.
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Teenage girl sorting plastic bottles
Recycling -- It's Working
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Vegetables and soil in a compost bag
Easy ways to start composting!
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Recycle symbol and recyclable objects
A story about what happens when you recycle!
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white keyboard with teal keys that have different forms of transportation
ConnectHow do you get from place to pl
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Woman wrapping a holiday gift
You can help the environment this holiday season by thinking of ways to use less energy and create less waste.
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Water dripping out of the tap.
You can help conserve our water resources.
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Silhouette of man and child hikers give each other a high five near the tent at dawn
If you see a wild animal, be sure to leave it alone.
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Yard with piles of just mowed grass
These tips will keep your lawn and garden growing and keep pollutants out of lakes and streams.
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