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What Grows Around Comes Around 55

From sustainable forestry to responsible disposal, take a closer look at paper’s lifecycle from start to finish.

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Now that you’ve learned a lot more about where paper comes from, how it’s made and how it should be used and disposed, put your knowledge to the test with this short quiz.

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  • Karen K. 2 days ago
    What bothers me is this habit we have of destroying hardwood forests and replacing them--reluctantly--with evergreens. No one is replanting the oaks, etc we're going to need in the future. And nowhere have I seen a plan to address this. The problem is that the hardwoods are slow-growers, and the foresting agencies, including and especially the loggers, don't want to wait (and evidently can't be bothered to plan long-term for the future,) hence the pines. I noticed this way back in '68, when I met my first 'reforesting project' as a Girl Scout. ANd from everything I hear, when they boast about replanting, there are those tiny firs again. Fine for soil conservation, maybe, not so much for the things we use hardwoods for: furniture and housing. We're not done yet.
  • Carrole E. 4 months ago
    This is all very good stuff to know. I feel we tend to treat paper as we sometimes treat food and that is little regard as to what it can do to our environment.
  • Kathy E. 6 months ago
    Thank you for all of this helpful information - great program!!!
  • Erica D. 9 months ago
    I roll up newspaper and insert it into tall boots to store them for the winter so they don't get that half bend crease in them. Stuff the toes too so they don't cave in. Then recycle it in the spring in the bin.
  • mae k. 9 months ago
    Yes and let it flow.
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