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Get to know a local farmer.
Drink from a reusable water bottle.
Skip the gym and exercise outdoors.
Reuse your Ziploc bags.
Eat sustainable fish (visit the Blue Ocean Institute for more info).
Bring a reusable bag to the supermarket, grocery store, mall, and lunch stop.
Eat a meal -- or two or three -- without meat.
Unplug your electronics.
Cancel the phone-book delivery.
Sign up for online banking and stop receiving paper statements.
Share books, or swap paperbacks using PaperBack Swap.
Shut down your computer when you leave work or home.
Skip the elevator and take the stairs.
Turn off the lights.
Fill up your freezer, since the fuller it is, the less energy it uses to keep food frozen.
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Bring lunch to work in a reusable container.
Swap tools, toys, clothes and the likes with your neighbor.
Go trash-free for a day.
Save gas by emptying your trunk.
Start an eco-conversation wherever you go.
Join a community supported agriculture (CSA) program (visit Local Harvest).
Schedule an energy audit to save energy and money.
Plant an organic garden.
Go on a one-day buying freeze.
Print on both sides of the paper. Better yet, use treeless paper.
Bring your own mug or thermos to your favorite coffee spot.
Check the air pressure in your tires; under-inflated tires reduce fuel efficiency.
Get off junk-mail lists.
Get a library card
Volunteer your time at a local conservation agency.
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