Heal The Bay’s annual Beach Report Card has come out for 2019-2020. Heal The Bay is a 35 year old environmental nonprofit dedicated to keeping
For those who have been dipping their toes in the zero waste pool for a while, you probably already know the significance of reusable bags,
Truth be told, once upon a time I was a huge Swiffer fan. Between the wet jet mop and the dry pad duster, it
Last September, a study was published revealing that many commercial tea bags are made up of plastic like nylon and polyethylene terephthalate (PET). Worse, they
Bread, glorious bread. Sorry anti-carbers, this day is not for you. Bread and bread-related items (pastries?) are kind of a staple in my house.
One unintentional side effect of zero waste was that I started eating healthier. I began the zero waste process while in college to be