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February 2022 - Linen, Climate Action Myths & Winter Road Salt

February 2022 - Linen, Climate Action Myths & Winter Road Salt

We know linen costs more than your department store sheets but the benefits make Linen Bedding an investment. Learn more. 

False claims regarding climate action get busted big time.

Canadians have a love-hate relationship with road salt. Do the benefits outweigh the harm?

 


January 2022 - Green Clean & 2021 Climate Review

January 2022 - Green Clean & 2021 Climate Review

Green up your laundry room by breaking your bond with dryer sheets and 5 other tips. 

Learn what science learned about climate solutions in 2021.


December 2021 - Choices and Seeds of Change.

December 2021 - Choices and Seeds of Change.

Which is the environmentally conscious choice when it comes to Christmas Trees? 
The Nature Conservancy of Canada and Volunteers transform an empty field in Brighton Ontario into native grassland for birds, butterflies and pollinators by spreading about 20 different species of native grasses and wildflowers.

October 2021 - Leave The Leaves and Let The Young People Lead By Example

October 2021 - Leave The Leaves and Let The Young People Lead By Example

Leave your leaves where they fall this fall

3 excellent reasons to NOT rake up the leaves on your lawn and gardens:

  • Fallen leaves create a wildlife habitat, providing shelter for mammals, insects, pollinators and more. As well, leaf litter provides food and nest material for a host of overwintering critters in your lawn and garden.
  • Leaves form a natural mulch that suppress weeds and fertilize the soil as they break down.
  • Leaves that get bagged and sent to the landfill become solid waste, where they release methane (a greenhouse gas), due to a lack of oxygen and decomposition.
So, "leaving the...