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April 1 - April 30, 2021
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April 1 - April 30, 2021

Chalfont Green Team

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We Care, We Share, We Dare to make a difference!!!

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Team Impact

  • up to
    1
    advocacy actions
    completed
  • up to
    2
    documentaries
    watched
  • up to
    1
    energy audits
    conducted
  • up to
    460
    minutes
    spent exercising
  • up to
    170
    minutes
    spent learning
  • up to
    28
    lightbulbs
    replaced
  • up to
    9
    locally sourced meals
    consumed
  • up to
    435
    minutes
    being mindful
  • up to
    450
    minutes
    spent outdoors
  • up to
    3
    pounds of paper
    have been saved

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  • April 28 at 10:31 AM
    We planted seven new Arborvitae bushes last week and they are progressing nicely. Now if I can keep the rabbits away, apparently the bottoms of these bushes are rabbit candy!
  • April 28 at 7:39 AM
    In my last home I heated the entire house with a pellet stove so I have been aware of the technology.  I have learned that there are many more feedstocks besides sawdust that can be used to make pellets.  I also learned that there is small scale pellet making equipment geared for the single home owner.  I will be looking into making my own...
  • April 28 at 7:17 AM
    Carbon neutrality is a good start for a sustainable community.  People will need to be willing to change and take some time to separate their trash for example.  They will also be willing to deal with odors from decomposing bio-mass if they don't get it to the digester in time.
  • April 28 at 7:01 AM
    Reducing fuel oil consumption, energy bill and my carbon foot print are the main benefits to a more energy efficient home.  Elimination of drafts on cold windy winter nights is another great thing.  Some unthought of benefits are the reduced amounts of dust, pollen and insects coming in through air gaps.
  • April 26 at 10:05 AM
    My Aunt and Uncle heat their basement using a corn burning stove. I did not think about the fact that using this fuel is practically Carbon neutral until after i read the attached articles. Using "perennial" biomass for heating seems like a great method to reduce carbon emissions without drastically altering existing technologies 
  • April 23 at 11:21 AM
    I used my reusable grocery store bags for the first time today. I have to say they are a lot easier than those plastic bags and they are much sturdier!

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