World Water Day

World Water Day has been celebrated internationally since 1993. It is a day to remind us that in 2020, 2.2 billion people still lacked access to safe water. Today, a large focus of this day is Sustainable development Goal 6: water and sanitation for all by 2030. Check out the following ideas for how toContinue reading “World Water Day”

Leaves Might Not Be the Only Thing Dropping This Fall

On the ½ acre of land that our house sits on, we have ten large trees (three evergreens and seven deciduous) with an additional three deciduous trees that we share with our neighbor. As you can imagine, our yard quickly can become overrun with fall leaves, and usually does by mid-October. Historically, my husband hasContinue reading “Leaves Might Not Be the Only Thing Dropping This Fall”