Live Green and Earn Points


  • Rachel T. 8 months ago
    What we talking about?What recycling in the USA?
  • Jen D. 11 months ago
    Sometimes I dig holes in my raised and flower beds to bury my food scraps directly where the nutrients are needed. I do this in the Spring also, but in larger amounts to help with filling my raised beds (at the bottom before adding soil, etc.)
    • Lucy L. 8 months ago
      I do the same thing with veggie scraps, coffee and tea grounds - anything not animal protein based. Occasionally turn the soil over to aerate.
  • tommy b. 11 months ago
  • Christine G. 1 year ago
    I’m having a complete remodel done of my bathroom. To save some money, I’m removing the drywall and I checked online if it would be of any use in the garden as it’s made of gypsum, a mineral. It is indeed useful in the garden and has long been used as a fertilizer. As long as I make certain any paint or joint compound has been torn off, its a free source of calcium and sulfur for my garden plus it keeps it out of the landfill.
  • Barbara W. 1 year ago
    coffee grounds, what about from tea, would that work also???
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