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Please help those most in need - Request from Cindy Gershen

Hello Family and Friends As you know I work with the underserved families in the Monument Corridor and Bay Point communities. These familie…

Started by Tyler Snortum-Phelps

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Action-in-Place! Reduce Your Footprint From Home

There is no question that the COVID-19 pandemic has created tremendous difficulty for every area of our society. We hope that you are takin…

Started by Tyler Snortum-Phelps

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Clean AND Green

During these strange and uncertain times, staying eco-friendly might be the last thing on your mind. Our first priority is to stay healthy…

Started by Tyler Snortum-Phelps

0 Mar 30

Spring Cleaning for the Environment

When discussing sustainability, we often focus on the environment or renewable sources of energy. In the process, however, textile waste an…

Started by Veronica Yoo

0 Mar 29

Action of the Month: Grow, Eat, Treat With Oregano!

Herb lovers around the world appreciate the medicinal and culinary uses of many herbs. In California, we lean towards growing native, droug…

Started by Alison Clary

0 Mar 26

Spring into Action: Join the Cleaner Contra Costa Challenge!

As the winter comes to an end, the sun starts to shine, and we begin peeling off our cardigans in exchange for capris and tees, Sustainable…

Started by Alice Kane

0 Mar 1

Prepare for the Drought: Lawn Be Gone!

"This past February 2020 was the first time since 1864 - when the Civil War was raging and covered wagons roamed the American West - that S…

Started by Kimberly Lam

0 Mar 1

Spring New Life with Scrap Gardening

We often think of food scraps, as, well, scraps. We toss them, or hopefully compost, and never think twice about them. The truth is, these…

Started by Veronica Yoo

0 Mar 1

Like a Good Neighbor: Companion Planting

In a natural ecosystem, plants will grow near or next to each other because they are compatible. Plants co-exist in harmony by attracting p…

Started by Alison Clary

0 Mar 1

To Bee or Not To Bee

Bees are fascinating creatures. Even if you’re not a fan of honey, you can appreciate the bee’s complex social structure, physiology, and b…

Started by Alison Clary

0 Feb 2

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