You might have what you need to make a WHO-approved hand sanitizer and not know it.
Internet Resource Spotlight: Zero-Waste Chef
I love the Zero-Waste Chef page even more now that we are trying especially hard to clamp down on waste.
Getting by during COVID-19: Paper products
If you are still waiting for paper products to be stocked at your store, I have some ideas that could help.
Getting by during COVID-19: Fabric Masks
The CDC now recommends that everyone wear a fabric face mask when out in public. Here are some tips on how to make one even if you can't sew.
Getting by during COVID-19: Bread
I've realized that I have a lot of skills that have become useful during our current COVID-19 crisis, and I thought it might be a good idea to share some ideas and resources with people. Today's category: baking bread.
Albert the snail has babies
A timeline of my snail's egg case laying.
For lower elementary school students: How can what goats eat help people and the environment?
A description of my research for lower elementary school students.
For upper elementary school students: Controling invasive plants using goat browsing
A description of my project for upper elementary school students.
I’m starting a new project for my post-doc, and decided that it would be fun to blog about it in addition to my standard repertoire.
Water conservation, even in the land of 10,000 lakes
Water conservation saves a ton of resources and electricity even in areas with abundant sources of water, so it is a good idea to be careful in your water use wherever you live.