Lifestyle of Stewardship Resources

Lifestyle of Stewardship

Earth911 - Recycled FishEarth911.com is your one-stop shop for all you need to know about reducing your impact, reusing what you’ve got and recycling your trash. Get involved in our world by checking in for daily news, reading weekly feature stories, surfing product channels and opting into our weekly emails.

With our years of experience and industry knowledge, we have the background and resources you need to stay plugged into the green scene:

Earth911 was founded in 1991. We started off as a hot line for recycling, but have grown into the mature, intelligent (and may we say attractive?) site you see today. We also continue to maintain our bilingual hot line, 1-800-CLEANUP.

 

Seafood Watch

Seafood Watch - Recycled Fish What fish you order at a restaurant or buy at the market matters - a lot - to the future of our seas and environment. Seafood Watch is a program of Monterey Bay Aquarium designed to raise awareness about the importance of buying seafood from sustainable sources. They recommend which seafood to buy or avoid, helping us to become advocates for environmentally friendly seafood. The choices we make as consumers drive the seafood marketplace. Your purchasing power can make a difference by supporting those fisheries and fish farms that are better for the environment.

 

Tread Lightly

Tread Lightly - Recycled FishTread Lightly!, Inc. is a national nonprofit organization with a mission to proactively protect recreation access and opportunities in the outdoors through education and stewardship initiatives. Tread Lightly! provides outdoor ethics for all types of outdoor recreation– everything from hiking to hunting to camping, with a special focus on motorized and mechanized recreation– like four wheeling, motorcycling, snowmobiling, and boating. Their helpful guidebooks are worth the read. Also, take their "Online Awareness Course" here.

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We have a lot more information available about a Lifestyle of Stewardship on our site. Please read it over and learn how you can help.

 

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