Sep 21, 2016

Waste Less Wednesday Blog Hop- 9/21/16

Blog Hop Zero waste plastic free less waste sustainable


A blog party focused on environmentally friendly practices: zero waste, recycling, gardening, homesteading, sustainability, living plastic free and upcycling.  It is live Wednesday at 12:00 am CST through Friday at 11:55 pm CST. 

The Host:

Katy writes at SkipTheBag about her experiences trying to minimize waste, avoiding plastic and homesteading with her garden and chickens. If you love her posts you can follow her here:





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The Rules:

  • Link up to 3 original blog posts related to minimizing waste. Posts can be zero waste, living plastic free, sustainability, less waste recipes, homesteading, upcycling or anything to do with helping out the environment.
  • No links to stores or link parties. Giveaways are OK as long as they are accompanied with a post.
  • Please visit your fellow bloggers: they care about the environment just like you!
  • In addition to featuring the most visited blog, the "most social" person will be featured. It's hard to track, but use the hashtag #WasteLessWednesday when commenting on people's blogs and sharing posts on social media to qualify.
  • Posts will show in a random order.
  • By participating you give permission for any part of your post, including pictures, to be used for party promotion. Don't worry all credit will be given to the original source. You will also receive a weekly email reminder for Waste Less Wednesday. 

Features from Last Week:

Most social:

Katy's pick:

dehydrating food
Guide to Dehydrating Foods1


Link Up Below!


4 comments:

  1. Thanks for featuring Maple Hill 101 on your post today! Looking forward to seeing the new ideas folks are sharing.

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    1. Thanks! Your posts are always a treat to read.

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  2. Thanks for hosting another great party! Those posts on dehydrating look like something I need to check out - such a great way to preserve. :)

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    1. Thanks! It was so fun to see two posts about dehydrating food. I can't wait to see what yummy treats you come up with! Thanks for participating.

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