With 2020 in full swing, LMC’s conservation department is counting down the top 9 strangest marine debris items removed during beach cleanups in 2019! 9. 1,771 Plastic Lollipop Sticks 8. A Motorcycle Helmet 7. 156 Glow Sticks 6. A Lightsaber 5. A Radiosonde 4. A Baby Doll 3. A Broken Soccer Goal 2. Six Octopus…

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It’s not always easy to make sustainability “cute” or subtle that your upcycled items would have otherwise been tossed in the recycling bin. However, these bows are OUTSTANDING and can still glow up your sustainable wrapping efforts! With a bit of practice, these bows take less than one minute to make. Step 1: Find some…

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As we give thanks this holiday season, follow these simple, eco-friendly tips for a sustainable Thanksgiving celebration! Buy locally and sustainably. Shop at your local farmer’s market and don’t forget your reusable shopping bags. Use reusable cookware, plates, cups, napkins and utensils. Remember to have plenty of reusable to-go ware for all of those leftovers!…

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“I never leave my trash behind when I go to the beach, so how is there so much to pick up during beach cleanups?” A beach cleanup volunteer asks one of LMC’s conservation team members. “That’s a great question,” our volunteer replies, holding up a small yellow bottle with the words “Vinagre” etched into the…

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