It’s no small task to toe the line between what you want for your wedding and what is friendly to our earthly mother, but there are a million ways to ensure a less wasteful celebration (and I promise, your guests won’t miss those chintzy favors). Here are the top things you need to consider when planning a low-to-zero-waste wedding.
For those with just enough time to complete a longer hike, but may not be equipped for a backpacking trip, Klahhane Ridge via Switchback Trail is one of those sweet paths that fall right in the middle of beginner and intermediate. All you’ll really need for this trail is a great pair of hiking boots, strong legs, and a lot of patience. Oh, and your day hike essentials.
Spending one day on the Olympic Peninsula is one of the few ways you can experience mountains, rainforests, and beaches. Fill your day with Olympic Peninsula activities, including Olympic National Park, La Push, and the Port Angeles area with this one-day itinerary.
There’s a stigma that thrifted = dirty or otherwise unappealing; but the thrifting community knows otherwise. Secondhand clothing is more environmentally sound, affordable, and unique; so the rewards for shopping secondhand definitely outweigh the preconceived notions that used clothing is “gross.”