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David Curtis

Green Spoon Crew

"Vegan for the Animals"

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David's actions

Conservation and Restoration

Calculate My Water Footprint

I will calculate my Water Footprint to learn about my tap water use and "virtual water" use.

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Conservation and Restoration

Repurpose or Repair an Item to Keep it out of the Landfill

I will repair or mend items that would have otherwise been thrown away.

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Rights to Nature

Get Gardening

I will start my own, or join a local community garden in order to lessen my food impact.

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DAILY ACTIONS

Rights to Nature

Explore our Directory and donate to a Cause you Care About

I will donate 25.00 dollars to an environmental partner focused on environmental or social initiatives.

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Just Economies

Shop Locally Owned Businesses

I will swap a regular purchase with something from a locally owned business.

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Resilient Communities

Learn About Constructive Communication

I will spend 15 minute(s) learning about constructive communication.

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Rights to Nature

Get Outside

I will get outside for 20 minutes each day.

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Conservation and Restoration

Cornell Bird Study

I will be tracking the birds in my area using the Merlin app that registers the birds migrating or inhabiting the area.

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Resilient Communities

Take Time to Address Possible Cultural Biases Within your Organization or in your Personal Life

Making lasting change means having diverse voices leading the charge. Learn about and then implement ways to make your workplace/community a more accessible and diverse place.

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Just Economies

Watch a documentary on the factory farm meat industry

I will watch a documentary on how the factory farm meat industry contributes to climate change.

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    David Curtis 8/10/2023 9:54 AM
    I have made friends with the crows in my area. They are loving the organic walnuts I have been giving them!


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    David Curtis 8/04/2023 6:37 AM
    Picked up a dozen or so beer cans while on my walk this AM. Why are so many people in my neighborhood drinking and throwing things in the woods?!?!

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      Heidi Meyer 8/07/2023 2:12 PM
      Mine too! I have a 1.5 mile loop down the street and I regularly pick up broken glass there as well as cans. Gotta protect the animals' feet!

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      Michael O'Neil 8/04/2023 8:17 AM
      Bad on them, but thank you for picking them up!

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    David Curtis 8/03/2023 9:59 AM
    Brutal workout outside this AM but I got to see a bald eagle which makes it even more worth it!


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    David Curtis 7/31/2023 6:05 AM
    Had to purge some green onions from my garden due to pests :( On the upside, my potatoes are thriving with all the rain!


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    David Curtis 7/25/2023 5:06 AM
    The non stop rain has given my deck garden crazy yields for my basil and rosemary!


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    David Curtis 7/12/2023 2:40 PM
    First year growing potatoes on my deck. It's a low light area so I am limited to only a few crops. This year looks like I could have a full yield :)

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    David Curtis 7/12/2023 2:36 PM
    So the Crane I saw the other day was a Sandhill Crane. Apparently they have become more and more common in New England after being pushed out. They are more common in Quebec it seems but I am still new to this. I live next to protected wetlands so I am always on the lookout for water fowl.