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© Lora Denis
Since I started working at Ontario Nature about a year ago, I’ve been inspired to live a greener lifestyle. Here are five super easy changes I’ve made that ultimately benefit my small part of the planet:
These are some ways I have tried to lead a greener lifestyle. I’m always looking for new ideas, so please let me know some of your favourites.
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The farmers market at the Toronto Waldorf School (Bathurst south of Rutherford) is on Saturdays mornings only. http://www.villagemarket.ca/. Venodrs sell organic fruits and veggies and other goodies!
I could’ve sworn I’ve been there on a Sunday! Thanks for letting us know, Jane. We’ve updated the post. 🙂
Kavita, these are great tips. And I should add that growing your own fresh herbs doesn’t take much work either. Once they get started you just need a little salt and olive oil and you’ve got an amazing salad.
A tip I wanted to share was to bring a mug with yoi as you travel to and from the office. If you think of all the paper that could be saved if everyone opted out of the paper cups, it would be totally worth it. At LEAF we recently started this as an easy way to save some boreal trees as we stay caffeinated working for the urban ones!
Thanks for sharing these tips, Matthew! That salad does sound amazing.