Looking for some ways to instill a respect for the environment in your kids? With these events happening throughout the month in the greater Cleveland/Akron area, your family can have fun while helping the planet. Check the list to find an activity nearby. ...Read more 2
The Shaker Youth LEEDs committee is hosting its second annual Shaker EcoChallenge in April, aimed at promoting a more sustainable lifestyle for Northeast Ohioans. Learn 10 family-friendly sustainable habits in hopes of developing an everyday practice. ...Read more 0
Sometimes there’s no better way to get back to nature than a walk in the woods—especially if you have young kids looking to burn off some energy. So ditch the video games and find a tree to hug. Northeast Ohio Parent blogger Jennifer Bonnar of "Green Family-in-Training" shares some of her family’s favorite trails to explore. ...Read more 0
Northeast Ohio Parent blogger Jennifer Bonnar, of "Green Family-in-Training," shares with us how to make your laundry more eco-friendly. From reducing your wash loads to efficient drying tips, here are ways to save on energy costs and reduce your carbon footprint. ...Read more 0
Jennifer Bonnar, Northeast Ohio blogger "Green Family-in-Training" shares with us ways to making the kitchen more environmentally-friendly. From green cleaning products to food storage, make your space more efficient and healthy for your family. ...Read more 2
Jennifer Bonnar, Northeast Ohio blogger "Green Family-in-Training" shares with us her New Year's resolution of paying into a carbon offset program. Find out how she's calculating her footprint and helping to give back to the environment. ...Read more 0
Jennifer Bonnar, Northeast Ohio blogger "Green Family-in-Training" shares with us how she plans to enjoy this time of year, and also to celebrate one of the colors of the season. Here are five ideas on how to celebrate a “greener” holiday with your family — including giving gifts to family to wrapping the presents. ...Read more 0
Welcome to Part 2 of my grocery store series, which is meant to help you think about grocery shopping through an environmentally-friendly lens. (Click here to read Part 1.