{Tuesday Treasury} Blue Skies by Fishlegs

This weeks featured treasury is Blue Skies by Fishlegs. I love the beautiful blue finds.   I’d love for you to also take a look at The Beauty of a Rustic Day by OneLoomStudio and Pretty in Pink by OneShadeGreener. Aren’t they fabulous?! Thank you for all of the amazing team treasuries this week~ Please [...]

{Tuesday Treasury} She Always Dreams of the Circus by MonkeysOnTheRoof

SO many pretty entries this week! My favorite thing about this team is how varied our forms of art are. Recycled is truly lovely here. Beautiful colors and textures made this treasury stand out. My pick for this week is She Always Dreams of the Circus curated by MonkeysOnTheRoof. Isn’t it fun? Two other lovely [...]

Fertilizers Affecting our Water Quality

  Nothing says Spring like the color green appearing everywhere.  The massive use of phosphorus fertilizers is a common Spring ritual and is currently drawing a lot of attention.  Phosphorus use worldwide is affecting our quality of life.  The countdown to Spring correlates with the smell of lawn fertilizers in many places.  Are they helpful, [...]

Recycling In Numbers~

So, what IS the lowdown on recycling paper?  Did you know that: *Recycling a single run of the Sunday New York Times would save 75,000 trees. *If all our newspaper was recycled, we could save about 250,000,000 trees each year! *Each ton (2000 pounds) of recycled paper can save 17 trees, 380 gallons of oil, three [...]

recycled tp~ what’s that all about?

Did you know that most toilet paper is made from the virgin pulp of old growth trees?  Ecologically valuable forests full of old growth trees are being cut down so that we can have soft and lovely paper to wipe our tushes with.  Not only are ancient trees being destroyed, but massive amounts of chlorine [...]