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June 1, 2024 - May 1, 2025

Environmental BC

City of Battle Creek


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  • December 8 at 6:21 AM
    October 2, 2021 was our Krazy for the Kazoo river clean-up and stewardship day. Our volunteers planted 30 native shrub and tree species along the Kalamazoo River!
  • April 26 at 11:31 AM
    Earth Week went amazing! Had around 50 volunteers clean up the Battle Creek Linear Path and Irving Park! I am waiting on some information to gather a total pounds removed. Thank you Republic Services for donating a 30 yard dumpster for our Earth Day Clean-up event! Thank you to the City of Battle Creek Staff and CCDC members that picked up all...
  • April 26 at 7:53 AM
    This week I have worked with my husband and two children, as well as three other residents and their combined four children. As we cleaned we were in awe of the type of things we found and the amount of trash we found. The kids kept asking why people litter and were eager to find as much trash as they could. With the current, wind and such...
  • April 22 at 6:05 AM
    I recently visited the Kellogg Bird Sanctuary where I picked up native seeds to plant here at my home. I also have a friend who shared Blue Indigo seeds with me to plant. I have been more conscious of using native plants since my formal education, realizing how invasive species can be a detrimental to an area. 
  • April 22 at 6:00 AM
    I can use my social media post to encourage others to join me in caring for our environment. I do not follow anyone on social media to admire what they are doing, however I have a friend who is consistent in posting about her organic gardening techniques. Her doing this encourages others and demonstrates a different way to interact with food...
  • April 19 at 12:48 PM
    The water project for me is going well. These are natural things I already do in my daily life. I do however forget to check in and log my activities. Would be cool if there was an app or something that was directly on my phone and would make it faster. 
  • April 1 at 4:16 AM
    I mulched around all the pine trees we planted last weekend. Really adds character and it is beneficial. 
  • March 29 at 1:09 PM
    I don't usually see water as a free resource, there is always a cost to using something, the cost may just not be seen in $$ signs. To get water to my faucet, there needs to be an intake of water from a source,  cleaning process, sanitizing process and delivery. To get the water from point A (origin) to me it takes energy (fuel of some sort)....
  • March 29 at 8:30 AM
    My fiancé and I purchased 30 Norway spruce trees Saturday March 27th and planted them all in our yard. Our bodies are still recovering from the plantings but it sure was great getting our hands in the soil again after a long winter. 
  • March 18 at 11:40 AM
    Living here in MI most people don't think about water conservation or saving water, it is so abundant. I grew up in Arizona where a drought is always going on and we take water conservation very seriously, every ounce is a gift. I think what needs to change in our region is the way we see water. Rather than an infinite source, we should see it...

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