Duncan Stevenson


"My cat likes nature. So do I. It be nice if it stuck around a little while."

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Land Use

Plant Trees

#15 Afforestation

I will plant 8 tree(s) in my community, public parks, or backyard.

One-Time Challenge


Learn More about Regenerative Agriculture

#11 Regenerative Agriculture

I will spend at least 30 minutes learning about the need for more regenerative agriculture.

One-Time Challenge


Conduct Virtual Meetings

#63 Telepresence

I will encourage my office to hold meetings virtually whenever possible instead of requiring travel.

One-Time Challenge

Land Use

Buy Bamboo

#35 Bamboo

When they are available, I will purchase products made from bamboo instead of wood, plastic, or metal.

One-Time Challenge

Electricity Generation

Support Companies Leading in Green Energy

#8 Solar Farms

I will use my spending power to reward companies leading in purchasing green energy and incentivize others to invest more in green energy.

One-Time Challenge

Electricity Generation

Watch a Video about Methane Digesters

#30 Methane Digesters (large), #64 Methane Digesters (small)

I will watch a video about methane digesters (also commonly known as anaerobic digesters).

One-Time Challenge


  • Reflection Question
    Food Learn More about Regenerative Agriculture
    Clean air, clean water and healthy food are just three reasons to care about regenerative agriculture. What are some other reasons? How could/does regenerative agriculture positively impact you and your community?

    Duncan Stevenson 11/12/2019 10:24 AM
    Often the use of regenerative agriculture is not only beneficial to the environment, but is also beneficial to the land owner, as the combination of crop uses and other techniques of regenerative agriculture often increase the productivity of the farm itself, and use the space better. A more diverse use of land, silvopasture for example, doubles the streams of income and harvest periods for the farmer, and provides a better natural habitat for the both wild and domesticated plants and animals involved. agriculture is one of the few if not the only human endeavor that can become a carbon sink, and working to implement that can only be positive for the community, economy and individual.
  • Reflection Question
    Land Use Plant Trees
    How is planting trees good for your mental, physical, and spiritual health?

    Duncan Stevenson 11/12/2019 10:15 AM
    Even Planting a few trees can help improve the quality of the land that you have, whether being your own back yard or a volunteering opportunity. even just the presence of trees is known to help reduce stress and combat pollution from nearby roads, removing up to 2 kg per year of CO2 from the atmosphere. make it a fruit tree and there you have easy access to seasonal fruit right in your own backyard, often with flowers in the springtime

  • Duncan Stevenson 11/08/2019 7:18 AM
    yay orchard in year wooooo