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In Michigan, the dawn paints not just the sky but also the legacy of an age-old tradition – hunting. Yet, the tradition goes beyond the hunt. It’s about the delicate balance of responsibility and reverence, of tradition and conservation.
Michigan cities are taking an active approach to this growing problem through their construction and city infrastructure. There are various projects and initiatives underway that are designed to meet the construction needs of the public while also prioritizing sustainable methods. This is a prime example of how governments around the world should approach the challenges of oncoming climate change.
When you hear the term “sustainable”, you are probably already getting a rough idea of what green waste management practices are. In simple terms, sustainability is the theory that dictates that the Earth possesses finite resources, meaning that raw materials should be used wisely. Consumption should center on diminishing the number of crude materials used in the production as well, as these are likely to come with a larger carbon footprint during manufacturing.
The idea of straw bale gardening from a book by Joel Karsten. Joel comes to us from Minnesota where the growing season is incredibly short and the soil tough to cultivate.