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Stormwater and Runoff

Stormwater is the result of precipitation events that gather in our ditches, drainages, and other systems to eventually flow to a water body source such as a pond, a detention basin, or a creek or river. Water is an easy way to move something from one location to another location if its not stationary or […]

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Energy Conservation

I took over running the Air Quality compliance program last summer, which has led to some interesting research that has reemphasized how all different types of environmentally related things are connected to each other and need to be balanced. Energy conservation is something that has caught my attention, and I thought it would be a […]

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Recycling and Me, Part 1?

I remember in the late 80s and early 90s bringing materials home from elementary and middle school with the words Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle. I remember the Earth Day promotions and how it was important to take care of the environment. These types of messages trickled away when I reached high school, but I never […]

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The Dilemma of Food Waste

I felt myself slightly horrified the other day, while overhearing random conversations in the office. It made me realize a few things too, the generational differences between baby boomers and millennials (I am an elder millennial apparently), and the costs verses waste predicament when it comes to food. What exactly did I over hear? “I […]

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Pieces of Me

My Motivation is Slow and Lacking

I did not realize until I was checking comments that I have not bothered to write here in nearly a month and a half. I don’t even know where April went to… it was blink and gone. May is starting to feel the same too. Like my days have been merging into a muddled mess. […]

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