Environmentally-Friendly Tips

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8 Great Eco-Friendly Ways to Beat Summertime Boredom

Gwinnett County Public School students have been on summer break for weeks, and some parents may already be hearing the dreaded cry “I’m BORED!” In addition to marking our nation’s independence, July represents National Anti-Boredom Month! To help our neighbors keep their kiddos engaged throughout the remainder of the school break, your friends at Gwinnett …

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Six Tips to Hosting an Eco-Friendly Backyard Barbecue

The month of May not only represents National Barbecue Month, but also the kickoff to an entire season that starts before Memorial Day and runs right on through the fall with backyard barbecues and tailgate parties. While your central focus may be on perfecting your beef brisket or crafting the most heavenly rack of ribs, …

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Six Tips for One Touchdown of an Eco-Friendly Tailgate Party

From youth and high school to college and pro, after a long spring and summer slumber, football has returned to the South and we couldn’t be happier about that fact! But with its much-anticipated revival comes the return of tailgate parties to parking lots, campuses, driveways and cul de sacs throughout the great state of …

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How to Make the Great Outdoors Even Greater

June represents Great Outdoors Month – the perfect excuse to get outside and PLAY. Here in Gwinnett County, we are not only blessed with an award-winning Parks & Recreation Department that manages a veritable treasure trove of passive and recreational parks, but we are also fortunate to have so many wonderful local outdoor destinations nearby …

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The Wonder of Water (And Why We Must Protect It)

“We forget that the water cycle and the life cycle are one.” — Jacques Yves Cousteau Often inspiring the work of artists like Claude Monet and poets like Emily Dickinson, water can be unequivocally beautiful. That is particularly true of Gwinnett County – whether watching the sunset over Lake Lanier or strolling a sunlit path …

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GC&B Gears Up to Celebrate Keep America Beautiful Month in April

Launched in 1953, Keep America Beautiful (KAB) is closing in on nearly 70 years as a powerhouse for the planet. Envisioning a country where every community is a clean, green and beautiful place to live, Keep America Beautiful is at the helm of a thriving network of more than 700 state and community-based affiliates, local …

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Three Reasons Why Having a Smart Home is Smart for the Environment

Peppered among the latest trends in home design and construction – somewhere between using the outdoors to influence your interior décor and incorporating eye-catching, bold accent walls – the use of Smart Home technology is gaining steam for more reasons than one. While it can be a state-of-the-art answer to your home’s security and a …

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Gobble Gobble in the Great Outdoors: Planning a Thanksgiving Celebration Outside

Everything has looked and felt incredibly different in 2020, and unfortunately the same will likely hold true for the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday. While the CDC has issued some stringent guidelines with regard to hosting the holiday at home, one way you might mitigate the risk is to host your event outdoors. It’s a way to …

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