Oct. 27, 1858: Theodore Roosevelt, considered by many to be the first and greatest conservationist president, is born in New York City.
We all know that Halloween is celebrated with plenty of candy and sweets. While it can be fun to indulge in caramel apples, candy bars and suckers, you may feel sluggish afterwards. As your kids continue to sort through their loot, you can create a Halloween detox plan (unbeknownst to them) to help pump them with nutrition after all of those sweet, but empty calories.
Energy is everywhere, and we’re using more and more of it every year. The challenge of the 21st century will be continuing to power the world while protecting our resources and our environment by pushing the effective use of alternative energy like solar. Every day, the sun beams more than enough energy to supply the planet’s power needs for a whole year. Solar power is about harnessing that power and making it usable.
Awards to Firefighters in need hit new highs: Georgia-Pacific Bucket Brigade gives $270,000 in grants
A record 55 fire departments will receive money to purchase urgently needed equipment under Georgia-Pacific’s Bucket Brigade™ grant program this year. Georgia-Pacific today announced awards totaling $270,000, the largest annual amount since the program began in 2006. The program has now reached the $1.25 million mark in cash grants to fire departments that serve Georgia-Pacific’s facility communities across the country.