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April 1 - April 30, 2021
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Kathryn MacDuffee

ecoCaledon

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Kathryn's Actions

Food, Agriculture, and Land Use

Tend A Garden

I will tend to a garden, or prepare for one, each day using sustainable gardening practices.

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DAILY ACTIONS

Food, Agriculture, and Land Use

Mulch the Base of Trees and Plants

Farm Irrigation Efficiency

I will prevent water runoff and increase absorbency by mulching the base of trees and plants in my yard.

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One-Time Action

Food, Agriculture, and Land Use

Give a Microloan

Sustainable Intensification for Smallholders

I will give 1 microloan(s) to women who need help starting a business.

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One-Time Action

Land Sinks

plawking for a greener outside space

"plawking" is the trend that brings together walking and litter picking.

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DAILY ACTIONS

Electricity

Calculate My Carbon Footprint

All Drawdown Solutions

I will calculate the greenhouse gas emissions associated with my household and consider how different lifestyle choices could reduce my negative impact on the environment.

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One-Time Action

Feed

  • Reflection Question
    Food, Agriculture, and Land Use Tend A Garden
    Have you ever had a significant experience in nature that altered your perspective or focus? If so, please describe it.

    Kathryn MacDuffee's avatar
    Kathryn MacDuffee 4/13/2021 9:43 PM
    It happens when I sit in meditation by any body of water.  I become one with everything.

    • Solveig Christina Voss's avatar
      Solveig Christina Voss 4/14/2021 11:57 AM
      Some of the birds I feed during the colder months became so accustomed to me that they started to sit close to me and wait for me when filling the feeders. Some smaller birds (Red-breasted Nuthatches and Chickadees) more or less accidentally landed on my arms or head, too. It was amazing to see how without me actively taming them, they got so used to my presence and learned that it meant food. Even the smallest birds are so smart!