Even a little dung beetle can show us how to reinvent the recycling wheel!
Pond plants, forest ferns and fungi, worker ants, wood worms and weevil grubs are just a few kinds of creatures that keep life’s spark going round-about the entire ecosystem.
Compost critters use our dead bits and pieces for their living energy. They eat scraps and return goodness to the ground so earthlings can sprout all over again, while vegetable based life forms breathe new freshness into the air and water.
Nature’s cleaver clean-up crews are incredible and, with a wee bit of creativity, you can keep useful things in the family and out of the dump too! Fix, don’t fling. Repair, don’t replace. Turn old things into something new! Decorate or recirculate. Donate to a good cause, not to the tip. *make good with what wee have*
Regular recycling is nifty for metals, glass, paper and plastic, but it still takes a great deal of energy and causes all sorts of chemicals to be released… it is best by far if wee don’t take things from the garbage factory in the first place.
Drink water! Eat fresh fruit, raw veggies! - There’s no extra packaging, like with processed junk, and you can give peels and pips back to the great garden of life!
All of us contribute to the mess we’re in, but wee are also the solution. Earth’s radical range of recyclers can move muck mountains. wee just need to do what comes naturally… and watch our step.
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