Local goods require less transportation and often less habitat loss due to the nature of smaller business.
Composting your food waste can help you grow a healthy garden and cut down on waste. Not only can you compost food, but also egg shells, tea bags, coffee grounds and filters, nut shells, shredded paper, and shredded cardboard. If you don’t have a garden, someone near you probably does! You can reach out to community groups on facebook and give your compost to someone in need.
Buy “Pasture Raised” Eggs. Factory farms are a major contributor to greenhouse gases like methane, and the waste from those farms can wreak havoc on the health of people around them.