Live Green and Earn Points


  • Annett s. 11 months ago
    Bring your recycle bags and making sure you have no liquid residue when you throw your paper plates cups etc in your recycle bags and find your nearest recycle container and dump your recycled gargage to better use? Only using thick paper plates etc? Zip local bags to as much food as you can aluminum foil as well? Try to bring just enough food to your picnic.. lots of water though? Lots of fruits green bananas that won't ripped fast so you can snack on them later?
  • Bonnie G. 1 year ago
    Freezing bottled water is great! I use it as a cold pack and when slushy I have a treat. This has helped me to love water!
  • Julia S. 1 year ago
    This does create some waste but I freeze caprisun juice boxes the night before for our ice packs. Keeps food and drinks cold and can also be used for bumps and bruises when a kid falls at the park.
  • Cyndi S. 1 year ago
    Mason Jar meals are great and desserts are so easy and yummy!
  • Cristina N. 1 year ago
    I generally use plastic plates that I just toss in a bag and bring home to wash when going to picnic. They are lightweight and if properly taken care of can last up to 2 years until you have to dispose of them. Besides when it's time for the bin for them you can just wash them and see if any recycling facility nearby accepts them to recycle them. Same for plastic cups as for tableware I restrict to a kinfe or 2 from the kitchen. For carring it's usually plastic boxes with the lead. You carry easy into them and they are so resistant they last for years. You can just take them home and wash them and reuse them later. As for the basket I was never into basket but right now I love your cardboard box ideea (might do it for the next picnic). :)
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