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Happy #NationalGardeningDay!Today was created to give gardeners a shove and a shovel so that they can begin their gardening journey. 🪴Did you know composting converts lifeless dirt into what we call “black gold” and it does so not merely by adding nutrients to the soil, but by enhancing and cultivating microbial life.Get started gardening today: bit.ly/3rsOlLz ... See MoreSee Less
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In addition to the diaper drop-off and pick-up service our #BioBagHero of the Month, Earth Diaper ISI, offers, their program also includes educational components for participating families to build awareness and commitment to sustainability. Earth Diaper also serves group homes such as shelters for homeless families, safe homes for those struggling with domestic violence and addiction. They create central drop-off and pick-up locations where families can receive and drop off diapers as well as other services such as food support. We love Earth Diaper and the difference they’re making 🌎💚 ... See MoreSee Less
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BioBag Compostable Produce Bag spotting at CUESA & The Ferry Plaza Farmers Market 👀CUESA has managed the Ferry Plaza Farmers Market in San Francisco since 1999 and Mission Community Market in San Francisco since 2018. They also host educational initiatives to inspire eaters of all ages to participate in cultivating a healthy food system, including market programs, public talks, and youth programs. Learn more and get involved: bit.ly/38xMJZD ... See MoreSee Less
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BioBag Compostable Produce Bags spotting 👀at Gilded Farms table at the Piermont Farmers Market 🌽🥬🥕#contest:Tag your local farmers market in the comments below for a chance to win a BioBag product of your choice! ... See MoreSee Less
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Thank you for joining us for this years Florida Food Waste Prevention Week. Last year Florida recovered over 10 million pounds of fresh produce in over 600 events with over 3,000 volunteers. Food donated by over 100 farmers has been distributed to hungry peoplethrough Florida’s non-profit feeding agencies. Volunteer to glean at your local farm. To learn more about gleaning opportunities, please visit the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer ServicesFood Recovery: bit.ly/3cFvE2x#SaveTheFoodFL ... See MoreSee Less
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