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The Groundwater Foundation : Students and Educators : Get Involved : Girl Scouts : Let's Keep It Clean Girl Scout Leader, Girl Scout Troop, Girl Scouts, Tracking App, Troops, Keep It Cleaner, Brownies, June, Cool Stuff

The Groundwater Foundation : Students and Educators : Get Involved : Girl Scouts : Let's Keep It Clean

Calling all Troop Leaders and Girl Scouts! Did you know the average American uses 100 gallons of water every day? Learn how to reduce by 30 gallons a day with 30by30 - a free water-tracking app. Get your troop involved by using 30by30 May 1-June 13, 2016 and be entered to win cool prizes!

Make your own center pivot irrigation system with Frannie the Fish! Girl Scout Leader, Girl Scout Troop, Girl Scouts, Clean Program, Activities For Girls, Water Wise, Irrigation, Troops, Keep It Cleaner

It's Water-Wise Wednesday with Frannie the Fish! {"Let's Keep It Clean" Program Series - Senior}

Frannie will tell you all about the Senior level resources and activities for the “Let’s Keep It Clean” patch program this week! To earn the cool patches shown above, complete two activities from the booklet to earn your Ask Me About Groundwater patch. Get inspired and do more to earn your Let’s Keep It Clean patch. Whether you are a meat-eater, vegetarian, or vegan, water is used to produce your food. The Senior “Let’s Keep It Clean” booklet explores water’s role in food production. Girls…

Play The Groundwater Foundation's free, fun quiz app for Apple products - Girl Scout Leader, Girl Scout Troop, Girl Scouts, Free Fun, Apple Products, Troops, Opportunity, Foundation, Knowledge

The Groundwater Foundation : Get Informed : Learning Opportunities : Water1der App

Have fun making upcycled snowflake ornaments with your Girl Scouts - great holiday gift or decor item. Girl Scout Leader, Girl Scout Troop, Girl Scouts, Snowflake Ornaments, Snowflakes, Christmas Ornaments, Holiday Gifts, Holiday Decor, Your Girl

It's Water-Wise Wednesday with Frannie the Fish! {Holiday Upcycling: Clothing Pin Snowflake Ornament}

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle. This month, Frannie wants to focus on the second R - Reuse. One way we can reuse things is by repurposing them or upcycling them. Upcycling is the process of taking something that would normally be thrown away and making it new and usable again. Upcycling is a great way to reduce our waste and conserve water! How does upcycling reduce waste and conserve water? Upcycling reduces the need to use new, raw materials when making a new product. By using old materials…

Girl Scouts - Let's Keep it Clean!: It's Water-Wise Wednesday with Frannie the Fish! Girl Scout Leader, Girl Scout Troop, Girl Scouts, Water Wise, Spring Is Here, Long Winter, Keep It Cleaner, Planting Flowers, Wednesday

It's Water-Wise Wednesday with Frannie the Fish! {Drought-resistant Flowers}

Spring is here and Frannie's home is beginning to thaw after a long winter. That means it is time to start planting flowers! Frannie picked native, drought-resistant flower seeds because she cares about conserving groundwater. To plant her seeds, Frannie cut toilet paper rolls in half. This is a form of upcycling or reusing! When the flowers grow, she'll be able to plant the rolls right into the ground because the cardboard will biodegrade. Frannie used an old cake pan to collect any spilled…

Water-Wise Wednesdays with Frannie the Fish! Girl Scouts - Let's Keep it Clean! Girl Scout Uniform, Girl Scout Patches, Girl Scout Leader, Girl Scout Troop, Girl Scout Levels, Brownie Girl Scouts, Water Wise, Kids Corner, Educational Activities

Introducing Water-Wise Wednesdays!

The Let's Keep It Clean blog is starting a new weekly tradition: Water-Wise Wednesdays with Frannie the Fish! Check back every Wednesday to see what Frannie is learning about groundwater and how she is taking action to protect and conserve this precious resource! And a big THANK YOU to Crafthouse for creating our beloved Frannie!

The Groundwater Foundation : Take Action : In Your Community : Groundwater Guardian Green Sites : Ambassador, Let's Keep It Clean! Girl Scout Leader, Girl Scout Troop, Girl Scouts, Take Action, Keep It Cleaner, Foundation, Community, Green, Girl Guides

The Groundwater Foundation : Take Action : In Your Community : Groundwater Guardian

The Groundwater Foundation : Take Action : In Your Community : Groundwater Guardian Green Sites : Ambassador, Let's Keep It Clean! Girl Scout Leader, Girl Scout Troop, Girl Scouts, Take Action, Keep It Cleaner, Foundation, Community, Green, Girl Guides

The Groundwater Foundation : Take Action : In Your Community : Groundwater Guardian Green Sites

The Groundwater Foundation : Take Action : In Your Community : Test Your Well Girl Scout Leader, Girl Scout Troop, Girl Scouts, Teaching Activities, Take Action, Wells, Troops, Diy Tutorial, Keep It Cleaner

The Groundwater Foundation : Take Action : In Your Community : Test Your Well

US EPA Local Drinking Water Information: To find info about your local drinking water system, select a state. The page states that the local state info may not be up to date, but it's a start. Water Information, United States Map, 50 States, Water Supplier, Drinking Water Bottle, Water Safety, Blue Sky Background, Water Quality, Us Map

Ground Water and Drinking Water | US EPA

EPA's Office of Ground Water and Drinking Water

25 green cleaning recipes - and much cheaper than reg cleaning supplies! would love to try to turn to more natural cleaners Green Cleaning Recipes, Homemade Cleaning Products, Natural Cleaning Products, Household Products, Diy Products, Household Tips, Household Cleaners, Diy Cleaners, Cleaners Homemade

25 DIY Green Cleaning Recipes For the Whole House

There was a time (many years ago now) when I defined effective cleaning by how the air smelled. It’s not really clean unless I can smell the chemicals! Thankfully, that is no longer the standard by which I measure the cleaning prowess of the solutions I’m using. In fact, I now do everything in my power to avoid those toxic chemicals I believe are harmful to my health and the health of the environment. Why?