Saving the Planet Through Education and Action

Creating Eco-Solutions to Protect Our Environment

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Your Eco-Education Hub

At The Everyday Ecologist, we believe in the power of knowledge to bring about change. As a non-profit site, our mission is to educate and inspire individuals to become Environmentalists who make a positive impact on our planet.

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Our Work

Our eco-work spans across various aspects of Environmental Education. We curate informative and engaging content that provides insights into the most pressing ecological issues of our time. From climate change to biodiversity loss, our goal is to help you understand these complex topics in an accessible way.

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Eco Events

One of our key features is our eco-events. These events provide a platform for like-minded individuals to connect, share ideas, and learn from experts in the field. These gatherings are not just informative, but also fun, fostering a sense of community among attendees.

How You Can Help

We believe everyone has a role to play in preserving our planet. Here are a few ways you can make a difference:

Contact Us

Are you interested in making a difference, but not sure where to start? We are here to help. Contact us for a consultation. We can offer guidance on how to live more sustainably and how to get involved in environmental advocacy. Remember, every small step counts towards a bigger change. We can be environmentalists everyday.


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What are you grateful for this holiday season?

What are you grateful for this holiday season?

What kind of winter will we have in New England?

The Woolly Bear Caterpillar, sometimes called a Woolly Worm, has long been a “weather predictor” for the winter. If the brown, rust-colored band in the center of the caterpillar is wide, then folklore suggests that the coming winter will be mild. If the brownish-orange band is rather narrow, and more black appears on the caterpillar’s body, it will be a harsh winter. The Old Farmer’s Almanac tells us that the Woolly Bear Caterpillar is actually the larva for the Isabella tiger moth (Pyrrharctia isabella). The Wolly Bear in the photograph above was spotted just yesterday, October 4, 2023. Its coloring bands seem to show us that this coming winter will be mild. Are you glad about that?
Photo: L. Ellsworth, 2023

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America Recycles Day – November 15th

Do you know about America Recycles Day (ARD)? It is celebrated every year in the U.S. on November 15th. ARD highlights the importance of recycling, reducing waste, and re‑purposing items when possible. It’s a great way to put energy into recycling at home, at school, or at your place of work. Of course, it’s vital…

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