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April 17 - June 20, 2020

Audubon Alaska

Audubon Alaska

Audubon protects birds and the places they need, today and tomorrow. For over 40 years, Audubon Alaska has been conserving the spectacular ecosystems of Alaska.

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    meatless or vegan meals

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  • June 10 at 9:54 AM
    Because of social distancing interests, we are planning our meals out 2 weeks in advance, and doing a big grocery shop trip every other Friday. So I could do a better job of planning for meatless meals. Last night, we had teriyaki chicken, and now I'm wondering what I could have substituted for the chicken. I know there is "fake"...
  • May 28 at 12:43 PM
    One way I try to reduce is by considering the packaging that new items come in. For example, by purchasing loose carrots (and bringing your own bag) versus carrots that have already been bagged, you are able to reduce the amount of packaging you generate. Another way to reduce packaging is by buying items that have been previously used. I find...
  • May 26 at 12:00 PM
    I want to prioritize time outside over material stuff. As we move houses, we have focused a lot on paring down what we need versus all the things we want. We are trying to figure out ways to repurpose old materials, and fix appliances versus buying new.
  • May 22 at 9:51 AM
    I sort of knew the difference between use by, sell by, and best by dates on food, but I didn't know enough to explain it. I learned that these dates on food are not strictly regulated for food safety, but instead are put there by the manufacturer to signal to the seller (sell by date) or the consumer (use by/best by dates) when the food is...
  • May 13 at 9:39 AM
    I'm eating one or more meatless meals per day. Being pregnant, I eat so many small meals per day, it's pretty easy to make many of them meatless. I do try to get good protein, from meat, fish, eggs, legumes. But it's also made me realize how privilege (including access to meat products and other rich foods) starts with our mother's situation....
  • May 8 at 10:29 AM
    One of my actions is to buy bamboo products when available in place of plastic products (or other materials). Sadly, I don't see many bamboo products in Alaska. But, I did find bamboo socks and a bamboo cutting board though. 

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