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5 Tips for Beginner Kayakers | September 16

By Mady Stoner@wanderlustinohio Kayaking is a great way to explore Cuyahoga Valley National Park in a unique way. There is an abundance of scenery to be enjoyed, with a unique vantage point you won’t get from hiking or biking. While it is a fun sport, safety is key so be...
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Zero-Waste K-Cup Halloween Garland | September 26

by Dina from Dina's Days Looking for a kid-friendly craft to make this spooky season? Start collecting those K-Cups and try making this recycled Halloween garland!   What you’ll need:  K-Cups (We used 8 on a 5ft string of lights.)String of orange lightsSharpie Instructions:  Tear the lids off the cups, remove...
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Composting Helps Climate Change | September 2

By: Benjamin McMillan, Owner, Rubber City Reuse We have all heard of composting, but we probably don’t understand the importance. According to the United States Environmental Protection Agency, food scraps and yard waste together currently make up more than 30% of what we throw away. These items could be composted...
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