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Responsible Purchasing and Green Products Greening Tribal Operations and Facilities Tulsa, Oklahoma October 20, 2015.

Green Schools  According to the Center for Disease Control “bad” air from pollution keeps kids out of school for more than 10 million lost school /Planet)  Less pollution  Less waste  Conservation of resources  Restoration of ecosystems/habitats  Equity (People)  Better working conditions  Better school environments  Less crowded health/as % of toner cartridges recycled, % of batteries recycled, etc. Green Conferences/Meetings  Transportation accounts for 30 percent of U.S. greenhouse gas emissions./


TEKS 5.7C: Identify alternative energy resources such as wind, solar, hydroelectric, geothermal, and biofuels. Nonrenewable and Renewable Energy Resources.

energy helps heat the house. Solar cells on the roof generate electric current. A battery stores energy for later. (contd.) TEKS 5.7C: Identify alternative energy resources such as wind,/ only where there is moving water Need space for a lake to form behind a dam Can damage habitats for plants and animals 3. Identify Resource Identify how//process.htm http://www.eia.gov/kids/index.cfm http://www.eia.gov/kids/energy.cfm?page=coal_home-basics http://www.eia.gov/kids/energy.cfm?page=oil_home-basics http://www/


SHELLHOUSE Technology Engineering Design Project 15 instructional days at 45 minute class periods.

for fun as well, the video and music took twice as long as making the dome itself. protection was added on the joins to the kids/battery and its adaptor Supplies 1 XBee™ ZigBee OEM RF Module, buy from Maxtream.Maxtream. Breakout Board for XBee Module, buy in Spark Fun.Spark Fun Supplies Female socket and Headers (for/warmingfamilies.org/homeless_stats.html http://www.warmingfamilies.org/homeless_stats.html – http://www.habitat.org/ http://www.habitat.org/ – http://www.hud.gov/offices/hsg/mfh/nnw/nnwindex.cfm /


Playful Products 1.2... Charles Hough 1. ... contents DESIGN BRIEF RESEARCH TOY SAFETY CURRENT PRODUCTS PRODUCT ANALYSIS QUESTIONAIRE AND RESULTS ERGONOMICS.

.com/tag/sponges- for-kids/ These take on a different approach from animals to food. These classic food items make bath time more interesting and exciting for a child and will/: made from a latex skin filled with an agueous sugar solution Eyes: PMMA Circuit: thermometer, battery (kinetic), light bulb (red and ocean blue). (one set per bulb colour). Suction cup/ look healthier. This works well for the octopus because makes the child want to put the octopus back in its natural habitat (being water) and stop it/


A Comparative Study A Comparative Study. Manganese Mining Phosphate Mining Coal Mining.

13% of manganese consumption). Manganese dioxide is used to: manufacture ferroalloys; manufacture dry cell batteries (its a depolarizer); to "decolorize" glass; to prepare some chemicals, like oxygen and / of acres have been donated to local governments for parks. Providing habitat for wildlife also is a top priority, and researchers/groundtruthtrekking.org/Issues/AlaskaCoal/CoalTrueCost.html http://www.eia.doe.gov/kids/energy.cfm?page=coal_home-basics http://costs.infomine.com/costdatacenter/miningcostmodel./


Here are 10 ways to go green from what I think is the most important to the least…….. Take care of your local environment. Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle.

. By funding this much money they are helping the environment near the Gulf of Mexico get cleaner for the animals and habitat. Bp Oil is also monitoring and evaluating environmental impacts around the Gulf of Mexico like, watching the/toward “Zero Landfill” with the goal of diverting at least 99% of waste from landfills. In my school the kids are reading to be informed about ‘Global Warming’ and what we can do by going green. We read two articles/it this way you avoid throwing away too many battery cells.


CELDT Preparation South East High School. Why do I have to take this test?  Who must take the CELDT?  The CELDT must be given to students identified.

someone said. You use them when you write to show the exact words that someone said. battery A battery is used to supply power to appliances and electrical devices. Exclamation mark This is used at the/ and gloves. Describe this picture. The picture shows marine life. It is a picture of a marine habitat. This show a marine environment. What is the baby doing? The baby is crawling. What is a/couldn’t see it. So all the kids started to look for the ball but they couldn’t find it. But then Maria’s dog found the /


Quick Reminders You answer Q1-4, Q5 and Q7! Any Q’s using a source (graph/picture/map) remember to quote data – numbers, countries – whatever it’s showing.

100 girls for every 120 baby boys – won’t be able to get married (bare branches) Red packets – bribes for doctors Lonely children Spoilt kids – little/ wanted copper and cobalt from Congo to use in mobile phone batteries In exchange for this China agreed to build roads, railways, hospitals and universities in/(OLYMPIC SITE) Costs: Destroying the environment, ruining habitats Increased pollution Need to install pipe work and electricity for new buildings Benefits: No buildings to demolish Pleasant environment/


OUTDOOR & INDOOR AIR POLLUTION

and nervous system (children most susceptible); mental retardation; possible carcinogen; 20% of inner city kids have high levels Sources: particulates from fuel combustion, smelters, batteries Class: toxic or heavy metals EPA Standard: 1.5 ug/m3 2 million tons enter /to fish. Can also stress fish resulting in low body weight, small size, less able to compete for food, habitats, reduced reproduction, increased susceptibility to disease Salmon populations have decreased in Norway since 1950 due to acid rain/


OUTDOOR & INDOOR AIR POLLUTION. Outdoor Air Pollution.

and nervous system (children most susceptible); mental retardation; possible carcinogen; 20% of inner city kids have high levels Sources: particulates from fuel combustion, smelters, batteries Class: toxic or heavy metals EPA Standard: 1.5 ug/m 3 2 million tons enter/ to fish. –Can also stress fish resulting in low body weight, small size, less able to compete for food, habitats, reduced reproduction, increased susceptibility to disease Salmon populations have decreased in Norway since 1950 due to acid rain./


Michigan Student Caucus Platform and Service Actions Presented December 8, 2010 Michigan State Capitol Lansing, MI

centers as opposed to developing outside main parts of town thereby reducing congestion, habitat loss and pollution. WHEREAS Small local businesses are the largest employer nationally /in education is the single most effective strategy for stoking a states economic growth. Thats why our schools and our kids are the foundation of our states economic / - Amy Darling Try Not To Drive - Elizabeth Kutchey Battery Collection and Recycling Drive - Scott Kestenbaum Reuse Water Bottle Week - David Lakin Send /


Herkimer County New York. An Environmental Health Diagnosis By Lily Fitzgerald 7 th grade, Tamarac Secondary.

is airborne lead. Airborne lead can result from industries such as batteries and battery burning. Herkimer County’s elevated blood-lead levels among children tested before age 6/and a growing medium, provides habitat for billions of organisms, contributing to biodiversity, and supplies most of the antibiotics used/www.webmd.com/children/news/20070815/lead-poisoning-and- kids.http://www.webmd.com/children/news/20070815/lead-poisoning-and- kids “Dioxin.” United States Environmental Protection Agency. http://cfpub/


Geocaching Merit Badge Fair Georgetown College Saturday, February 12 th, 2011.

of Leave No Trace (see requirement 2c below) Ensure landscaping and animal habitat is not disturbed Play the game! After the game debrief by explaining what/ specific types of caches. The icons represent unique cache characteristics, whether the cache is kid friendly, if it is available 24 hours a day, if you need special equipment,/ are several reasons a map and compass are important for geocaching: 1) Your GPS unit can – and will – fail. Batteries may die Location may prevent good satellite reception You /


The Respect: A Case Study About Addressing Environmental Threats From Abandoned Vessel Marine Debris The Respect in March 2007 a month before sinking in.

are a type of marine debris that can damage sensitive marine debris [sic] habitats and marine life. If they lie within a navigational path, ADVs can also /and Engine Compartment of the Vessels contained –Heavy Metal Paints –Asbestos –PCBs –Lead Acid Batteries –Mercury Switches and Ballasts –Radium Dial –Waste Oil Orphan Containers Onboard –Corrosives –Ignitables/ Sank? Captain Cook (I’m not kidding!) AUGUST 27, 2003: U.S. ANNOUNCES SENTENCING OF “CAPTAIN” COOK FOR ILLEGALLY DUMPING ASBESTOS INTO THE SEA A /


Advanced Placement Environmental Science La Canada High School Dr. E

affects kidneys, liver and nervous system (children most susceptible); mental retardation; possible carcinogen; 20% of inner city kids have [high] Sources: particulates, smelters, batteries Class: toxic or heavy metals EPA Standard: 1.5 ug/m3 2 million tons enter atmosphere/year Suspended Particulate / fish, but leads to lower body weight and smaller size and makes fish less able to compete for food and habitat. Acid Rain and Forests Acid rain does not usually kill trees directly. Instead, it is more likely/


APES year in review Part II 2011, The year everyone gets a 5! Food Production-Industrial Agriculture Water source…water pollution Atmosphere…. Pollution.

Effects of Food Production Biodiversity Loss Loss and degradation of habitat from clearing grasslands and forests and draining wetlands Fish kills/ Water Pollution –a 2001 report by EPA’s inspector general calls for strengthening the Clean Water Act increased funding, increased authority to control/ most susceptible); mental retardation; possible carcinogen; 20% of inner city kids have [high] Sources: particulates, smelters, batteries Class: toxic or heavy metals Properties: reddish brown gas, formed as/


Sustainability and Greening of Jewish Life II Rabbi Fred Scherlinder Dobb, Sybil Sanchez, Rabbi Shawn Zevit and Guests June 15, 2011-12:00 p.m.-1:15 p.m.

recycle-steel.org. www.goodwill.orgwww.recycle-steel.org 2. Batteries: Rechargeables and single-use: Battery Solutions,734/467-9110, www.batteryrecycling.comwww.batteryrecycling.com 3. / 2. GROUNDS Plant native species around your building, which provide much-needed habitat for local birds and other creatures while also needing less water, and no chemicals/curricula that teach our young people about nature and Judaism together – kids are ripe for it, and the materials are out there.YOUTH EDUCATION 6. ADULT/


Physics Events Melissa Booker Physics Teacher Robinson Secondary

)  Spring-load type CD clip found on PORTABLE BATTERY POWERED CD PLAYERS Blade Assembly Parameters  Must be mounted/ cannot return to a station  Answer questions about classification, habitat, ecologic relationship, behaviors, dating and correlating rocks Event Parameters / it thrived  Buy a fossil kit and have kids practice! Event Format  Tests or stations Event Parameters/Human Impact on the Environment  Causes, consequences & evidence for human impact on the environment  Analyze and interpret remote /


Sustainability and Greening of Jewish Life II Rabbi Fred Scherlinder Dobb, Sybil Sanchez, Rabbi Shawn Zevit and Guests June 15, 2011-12:00 p.m.-1:15 p.m.

recycle-steel.org. www.goodwill.orgwww.recycle-steel.org 2. Batteries: Rechargeables and single-use: Battery Solutions,734/467-9110, www.batteryrecycling.comwww.batteryrecycling.com 3. / 2. GROUNDS Plant native species around your building, which provide much-needed habitat for local birds and other creatures while also needing less water, and no chemicals/curricula that teach our young people about nature and Judaism together – kids are ripe for it, and the materials are out there.YOUTH EDUCATION 6. ADULT/


Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta Concerns www.nativeknowledge.org.

– teacher’s tell kids that they have to graduate and go to college; but when they get back, there aren’t jobs for them. Increased dependence on/the ground and damage plants –Barges off-loading in set net areas and destroying habitat –Aluminum boats, tools, pots and pans Possible causes of changes: u Transboundary / fenced - animals eat garbage u Addition – garbage like batteries, fuel cans, thermometers leaching into the environment Ideas for action: promote traditional values u More listening to elders u/


Let the iPad Tell a Science (Digital) Story Roger Pence, Benicia USD Touro University California CUE 2015 Resources and Presentation materials online at:

can convey abstract meaning that words alone may miss Gives kids an engaging, challenging and fun way to learn science/ water resources, water wars in the west, etc. Tesla Battery Plant in Nevada What happens to all our old tech stuff/new shopping center that disrupts habitat building a new shopping center that disrupts habitat increasing production at an agricultural /Camera Roll, practice voice narration DAY FOUR: Add images sufficient for length of voiceover, record voiceover, adjust images to fit voiceover/


Hydrosphere 1: Earth’s Oceans ppt. by Robin D. Seamon 1.

amphibians live in both food for land animals 46 VIDEO: A guide to the energy of the Earth (4:40) http://kids.britannica.com/comptons/art-90131// neritic zone Corals- living polyps form colonies over calcium remains of ancestors Second most diverse habitat (2 nd to RF) (algae, brightly colored fish, sponges, sea stars, sea/water vapor http://www.ecomena.org/tag/water/ 62 Ocean Water Battery! http://www.wired.com/2011/04/battery-ocean-saltwater/ 63 http://www.survivalreadyblog.com/survival-skills/category//


Chapter 24: Solid Waste https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_6xlNyWPpB8 EQ: How do we manage waste in our world? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_6xlNyWPpB8.

neighborhood/ schools built on toxic waste dump  polluted streams, groundwater  plants died; kids started getting sick, esp. leukemia  Lois Gibbs & others protests & got place cleaned/reactive 4. Toxic: health risks Examples: industrial solvents medical waste car batteries organic compounds: pesticides, PCBs heavy metals: lead, mercury radioactive waste / reduces soil erosion, less habitat destruction, creates “green” space Disadvantages: slow process, vegetation may be dangerous for animals, may not get /


APES Friday, January 30 th Reminders: APES Exam: Monday, May 4 th at 8:00am Today’s Schedule: Pick up Unit 9: Waste Vocab if didn’t yesterday Start Unit.

3. Reactive: chemically unstable/ reactive 4. Toxic: health risks Examples: industrial solvents medical waste car batteries organic compounds: pesticides, PCBs heavy metals: lead, mercury radioactive waste Hazardous Waste Dealing With Hazardous Waste / the soil; slow process Advantages: low cost, reduces soil erosion, less habitat destruction, creates “green” space Disadvantages: slow process, vegetation may be dangerous for animals, may not get all hazardous waste from deep underground Hazardous Waste /


Civil Citation: Getting Smart on Juvenile Crime

possession by a minor Alcoholic beverage selling, giving or serving to minor Assault Battery Carrying a concealed weapon Criminal mischief* ($200-$1000 damage) if no restitution/ International Ministries/Productions Goodwill Industries United Way Mothers Against Drunk Driving Habitat for Humanity YMCA Second Harvest Of the Big Bend LeMoyne Art Foundation /groups that are an integral part of the multifaceted interventions. SNAP® helps kids to regulate their angry feelings and to think before they act. It/


A Short History of Social Media Screw Ups Presents.

spreads online. Dell forced to recall more than 4 million laptop batteries. June 2006 Diet Coke and Mentos – Who knew? This /June 2006 Asleep at the wheel: Comcast technician becomes poster child for poor customer service. 1.3 million view the video. Social / the discourse plays out online in real time. June 2009 Habitat seemed to be getting the hang of the Twitter thing– / 8-year old kid sends cute crayon plane design to Boeing. Company responds with standard impersonal rejection letter. Kid’s father blogs it/


TEXT TYPES Disampaikan dalam Pelatihan Menulis Teks Bahasa Inggris untuk Guru-Guru SMA Oleh: Emi Emilia, PhD Bandung, 2 Juni 2007.

to. In the back there is a little place where you can put the batteries in (Martin, 1985). Explanations Note: Some reports do contain explanations Sequence Explanation /really small. The animals are not usually kept in their natural habitat, which stops their basic instinct like fighting for mates, building nests, hunting, etc, from being used to/of this. Richard and Alexander are Jennifer’s brothers. Richard is a normal kid who contracts diphteria but recovers. On the other hand Alexander is a mysterius /


GLOBAL BUSINESS STRATEGY

by the founders of PayPal & Google) has produced its first 2-seat lithium-ion battery prototype model ($89,000) that is faster than a Ferrari (zero to 60 /Rapid population growth 7. Fresh water shortages & mismanagement 8. Overfishing & destruction of marine habitats 9. Mismanagement of pesticides 10. Acid rain SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE OF GLOBAL WARMING 2005 global /Visa card. We’ve added so many gases to the atmosphere for our generation’s growth, our kids are likely going to spend a good part of their adulthood—/


UK College of Pharmacy Class of 2015 Pre-Professional Day May 20, 2011.

Vision Operation Christmas Child Collect & package items into shoe boxes for kids in need Student-led Bible Study Operation Inspiration What does CPFI /and professional skills in women Community Service Opportunities – Valentines for Vets – Reverse Trick or Treat – AVOL Angel Tree – Habitat for Humanity – Fulfill your community service requirement! Professional Development / am- midnight Other Helpful Tips Always carry a spare set of batteries for ARS clickers and calculators Don’t blow off your first set of/


ATOMIC STRUCTURE. James Maxwell developed an elegant mathematical theory in 1864 to describe all forms of radiation in terms of oscillating or wave-like.

is also a large spherical magnet with magnetic south at the north pole (Santas habitat). PARAMAGNETISM AND UNPAIRED ELECTRONS Diamagnetic not magnetic [magnetism dies] In fact, they are/-earth Metals Except for Be(OH) 2, the metal hydroxides formed by this group provide basic solutions in water. Pastes of these used in batteries. many found combined/a Barbaric Ritual Since you’re the smart kids, you figured out in elementary school to stay behind the bigger kids to keep from getting hit! The electrons in/


Laurella, 2012 Adaptations PHYSICAL BEHAVIORAL are body structures that allow an animal to find and consume food, defend itself, and to reproduce its species.

off of their stored fat or food. Its like natures built-in battery cell. Thats why bears eat plenty during autumn, in order to store/sand, wind, heat and cold that are commonplace in a desert habitat. Camels have broad feet that are adapted to walking on soft /to the Chinook. The name of the body layout is conservation. For one, you would most certainly have a more streamlined body like / hold the prey in place before it swallows it whole. So kids, if your parents keep harping on you about chewing your food,/


Efficient Suburbs 2020 Emma’s: efficient cities –Speaks Democrat & Republican - clumsy? Agenda: –? 2.

kids, AIDs education Act local (small $), strive for/ widespread impact –Fix 1 suburb  world is saved (viral spread, mutation) Government is not the solution –resistant, but good follower S. E. characteristics: –Boring at dinner parties –Driven, stamina, undeterred –“Ends" oriented Will change/refine tactics –Listener (behavioral) –Cross-disciplinary, practical. By David Bornstein steve_raney@cities21.org Fake solutions Hydrogen economy (A better battery/supply & quality Forests Habitat Soil Warming Peak /


Make your city Super Cool, unlike Palo Alto  You 4 background slides, advice, pause (Irv, etc), more –Smart land use is inconveniently.

wasted in traffic, more family time, more walking / healthier, stronger community, bump into neighbors! Mobility for kids/seniors. Home Job Activities cities21@cities21.org 3 stage path to sustainability Can’t go straight there 1)/as opposed –Had e-mail discussions with two councilmembers. cities21@cities21.org Fake solutions Hydrogen economy (A better battery, so nice increment. Entrenched interests) –ADM corn fuel AHS (auto-pilot cars) – “low friction” long/papers Habitat for Humanity Training Coordinator.


ENERGY Unit Essential Question: How do we power our lives? Vocabulary 1.Ethanol 2.Biodiesel 3.Natural gas 4.petroleum 5.geothermal energy 6.tidal energy.

composed of mostly methane Inexpensive, easily transported, versatile Nonrenewable, Responsible for air, water, & land pollution, including acid rain, strip mining/244 ft ) Cons: Expensive to build, causes habitat fragmentation, flooding, requires fish ladders, changes to / atomic bomb http://www.eia.doe.gov/kids/energyfacts/sources/non-renewable/nuclear.html Requires / energy efficient vehicles available today, Electric requires: batteries, electricity, electric motor, transmission Gasoline requires: fuel/


Let the Tablet Tell a Science (Digital)Story Benicia Unified School District Touro University California Graduate School of Education California STEM Symposium,

convey abstract meaning that words alone may miss Gives kids an engaging, challenging and fun way to learn science/Learn to speak in a presentation voice Provides an opportunity for peer review and critique Digital Storytelling Across the Curriculum –/ space missions More Science Ideas… Robotics Climate Change Tesla battery plant in Nevada (a lithium story) Science-related legislation/ river building a new shopping center that disrupts habitat increasing production at an agricultural site widening a major /


Materials Management.  Recycling  Composting  Low Impact Development  Staff Green Teams  Environmental Messaging.

www.thermostat-recycle.orgwww.thermostat-recycle.org  Kaps 4 Kids – www.kaps4kids.com – metal, plastic, wine corkswww/computers and electronics) such as % of toner cartridges recycled, % of batteries recycled, etc. Food Operations: Food Waste Food Operations: Pre Consumer /reductions  Reduced sewer overflow events  Additional wildlife habitat & recreational space  Increased land values  / Teams: Getting Started  Find a leader (you!)  Prepare for the first meeting  Find a time/space  Invite others /


The 21 st Century Internet The Always-On World First Annual James E. Crouch Lecture San Diego State University San Diego, CA May 2, 2002 Dr. Larry Smarr.

, UCSD How Will You Know if The Kids Are on the Internet? It connects to / Laboratories Global Warming Impact Land & Resource Management Habitat Fragmentation Water Quality and Quantity Biodiversity Loss Disruption / On-Line Digital Medicine Will Emerge Internal SensorsIsraeli Video Pill –Battery, Light, & Video Camera –Images Stored on Hip Device /Monitoring Public Spaces –First Responders Handheld Nanosensor Device for Sarin Nerve Agent Developed for DARPA Micro Unattended Ground Sensors program Mike Sailor/


Major Causes For Environmental Problems

Brown bears once ranged all across Europe, but human encroachment on their forest habitats have made them an endangered species. Through the efforts of Arcturos, the size/scooter 3.Charge batteries rather then throw them away 4. Walk short distances rather than drive substances Waste Reduction Habits 12 good habits for reducing waste! Opt for reusable bags Put / your house to be so dirty then why you do it to your kids???  RECYCLING http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8e3fvskBbOA&feature=related Lets take/


Children with Special Needs can Listen, too!

(carrot-crunchy). Language web (Older children): Categories (animals, types of food, habitats, etc). Activities: Tactile Sense “Buried Treasure”: counting bears, sorting tray, bucket,/ behavior “Talking Switch” Techniques BIGmack and LITTLEmack switches Small battery-powered communication aid that is programmed with a single/short message/. Kranowitz, C.S. (2003). The out-of-sync child has fun: Activities for kids with sensory integration dysfunction. New York: The Berkley Publishing Group. Massaro, D.W/


Mighty Peace Teachers’ Convention 2014 Vocabulary Acquisition.

one? How about: phrase/essay? smile/laughter? penlight/lighthouse? Battery power/nuclear power? bench/recliner? Seed/tree? Common Analogous Relationships /Examples: steps in photosynthesis, process for dividing fractions, all the elements for a animal’s habitat, four things that led to the/for Education and Learning, 1998 Barton, Mary Lee; Heidema, Clare. Teaching Reading in Mathematics, ASCD, McREL (Mid-continent Research for Education and Learning, 2000 (Also distributed by ASCD) Beers, Kylene. When Kids/


Home End Innovation Milestones Globalization On-Site Service Corporate Citizenship Welcome to the Sales Training Module. Click on Any Heading to View.

Van," the laboratory has the chemicals, apparatus and instruments necessary to run a battery of tests on cooling water, boiler water and waste water. 1978 The /Corporate Citizenship 1963 More than 150 Chicago-area employees contribute to "Christmas is for Kids," an annual funds drive supporting over forty charities. 1965 Nalco holds an/well-known charitable organizations—at local as well as national levels—such as Habitat for Humanity, Literacy Volunteers of America, and Christmas in April. 2000s Milestones /


Mighty Peace Teachers’ Convention 2014 Vocabulary Acquisition.

one? How about: phrase/essay? smile/laughter? penlight/lighthouse? Battery power/nuclear power? bench/recliner? Seed/tree? Common Analogous Relationships /Examples: steps in photosynthesis, process for dividing fractions, all the elements for a animal’s habitat, four things that led to the/for Education and Learning, 1998 Barton, Mary Lee; Heidema, Clare. Teaching Reading in Mathematics, ASCD, McREL (Mid-continent Research for Education and Learning, 2000 (Also distributed by ASCD) Beers, Kylene. When Kids/


Spring Greening and Cleaning Around the Home

isolated” spots are recommended. Ideally smoke alarms should be interconnected. Check the batteries 2 times a year and replace at least 1 time a year. Replace/dracaena marginata, golden pothos, and green spider plant worked well for filtering Formaldehyde. Consider kids and pets—make sure to avoid poisonous varieties. Make your home/ habitat and food for wildlife. feed your family, friends, and neighbors. Basic principles for creating a healthy landscape: Nurture the soil. Choose the right plants for the/


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