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Back to Basics: How to Return to Farming as Usual after the Pandemic

Various industries and schools, from elementary to tertiary education, have been forced to adapt due to the pandemic. All over the world, everyone agreed to the government-mandated shutdowns to stay ahead of the spread of the dreaded virus. Many farm operations have managed to operate — at least, partially — due to the nature of …

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Think Green: Eco-Friendly DIY Home Renovation Ideas You Should Try

After some time, our homes need updating or changing to make them suitable for the changing circumstances in our lives. There are areas in our house that eventually become worn out that it would need some repair. With so much time in our hands right now due to shelter-in-place regulations, we can give ample attention …

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Are Green Burials The Future of The Funeral Industry?

In 2019, there were over 58 million deaths worldwide. Some were cremated, while others were buried in the ground along with several pounds of wood, steel, and hazardous embalming fluid. While death is a natural occurrence, burials do come with environmental consequences. Decay products and toxins from radiotherapy and chemotherapy drugs will inevitably seep into …

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How to Dispose of Waste Materials during a Home Renovation

It doesn’t matter if you’re undergoing a complete home renovation or a single-room makeover, chances are you’re going to have plenty of waste materials to dispose of. Walls will be gutted, carpets will be removed, and old furniture and electronics can be thrown away. While most of us get excited at the prospect of renovating …

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