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WCC Sustainability: Day 3: Sustainability at Home (Thursday, 4/21)

This guide was created to document and highlight Windward Community College sustainability resources, initiatives, and events.

Day 3

Day 3: Sustainability at Home

Wednesday, April 21, 2021


 

Watch First! Xeriscaping

Seed Saving at Home

Selected Resources for Making Your Home More Sustainable

Recommendations for Sustainability at Home

Day 3 Library Challenge for Students

What is one thing you do at home to be more sustainable? 

Write on Padlet something you do at home (or would like to do) to be sustainable at home. 


Example:

"I live in a pretty dry place, so my family often hangs up clothes to dry instead of using a dryer. This saves on electricity."

"My family has the bathroom policy, 'if it's yellow, let it mellow; if it's brown, flush it down.' If you need more details, email me."

"My family has a xeriscaped rock garden instead of a lawn. For us, it means that we save water and don't have to spray pesticides."

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