What is Earth Month?
IN HONOR OF EARTH DAY, AVEDA HAS SET ASIDE A WHOLE MONTH TO LOVe, CELEBRATE, AND RAISE FUNDS TO PROTECT THE EARTH AND ITS PEOPLE.
Since 1999, thanks to the passion of the Aveda network and our guests, Aveda has raised more than $60 million to help support organizations that directly affect environmental change, more than $56 million has supported projects that protect clean water at home and around the world since 2007.
Please join us this April and help us protect clean water at home and around the world!
An in-salon Silent Auction will be held throughout April, stop by and bid on some amazing items!
SalonFDL will also be hosting an Adult Game Day Event on April 28th to raise money for Earth Month 2019.
Location: Tower Pub - 3231 Morganford Rd, 63116
Date: Sunday, April 28th, 2019
Time: 12pm - 5pm
Beers & Bags Tournament: $50 donation per teams of 2 in the form of cash / check day of.
Please email us at email@example.com to register your team of 2.
Winning team takes home the whole game set!
Everyone else come and drink!
TIPS FOR CLEAN WATER
SAVE TIME. SAVE WATER.
Cut just 3 minutes from your usual shower time, and you can save 6 gallons (22.7 litres) of water. If you shower daily, you could save 2,190 gallons (8.290 litres) of water a year!
Buy organic produce—because runoff from traditional farms can pollute water. Also recycle electronics, appliances, fluorescent light bulbs, silver batteries and paint—to help keep pollutants out to the water supply.
PICK GREAT PLANTS.
Choose native plants instead of traditional grass lawn because they don't require herbicides, pesticides and fertilizers that can pollute water.
MAKE MEALS MEATLESS.
Skip meat one day a week and save hundreds of gallons/litres of water! It takes 1,840 gallons (6,965 litres) of water to produce just 1 lb/.45 kg of meat.
COMPOST TO CONSERVE.
Compost fruit and vegetable peelings and waste instead of using the garbage disposal. You'll save gallons/litres of water each time!
If you turn off the faucet while brushing you can save about 28 gallons in a week.
FILL UP TO CUT DOWN.
Make sure your washing machine and dishwasher are filled to capacity before running them—to cut energy and water use. You can save even more by air-drying your clothes on a clothesline.
Place ice cubes under the moss or dirt of your potted plants and hanging baskets to give your plants a cool drink that won't overflow or waste water. Use leftover ice from your drinks instead of wasting it.
SKIP THE BOTTLED WATER.
It takes three times as much water to make the bottle as it does to fill it! Carry a refillable water bottle instead.
SAVE ELECTRICITY—AND WATER.
It takes about 2 gallons (7.6 litres) of fresh water to generate each kilowatt-hour of traditional electricity. So turn it off if you're not using it.