ESF Students Share Tips to a Greener Life
A primer for green living in time for Earth Day
To celebrate Earth Week, ESF students were asked to share their favorite green-living lifehack. A "hack" is a technique or tool that makes some aspect of one's life easier or more efficient.
Students who know a thing or two about green living shared tips ranging from composting food scraps to using pasta-sauce jars for storing leftovers and repurposing empty toilet paper rolls to start seedlings.
As a thank you for their time, students were treated to a post-interview cupcake.
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