Living Green

It's August, Soak up the Sun and Have Some Fun!

August has arrived and we hope everyone is enjoying their summer so far. We encourage you to make the most of the summer days we have left in August and have fun! Take a second to check out some of our great DIY activities and free printables to keep everyone entertained. Read more

July Treats To Beat The Heat

Happy July, we hope everyone has a blast at their Canada Day and Independence Day celebrations. With all this beautiful summer weather we are having, we came up with our favorite treats to beat the summer heat. Read more

World Environment Day

Happy World Environment Day today! Did you know? World Environment Day was designated by the United Nations in 1972 to stimulate action on the environment and empower people from every corner of the globe to become active agents of sustainable and equitable development. Read more

June Is Here, It's The Perfect Time To Plant Some Flowers

June has finally arrived, don't forget to flip your Eco Calendars. It's a great time to plant your garden of veggies, herbs and flowers. Use the past months of the Eco Calendar to grow a garden of wildflowers. Read more

Parsley Pesto Dressing Recipe Using Herbs Grown From Seed Paper

The Travel Channel's Kirsten Gum is a certified Raw Food Chef with Experience Raw. She worked with us at Botanical PaperWorks to create a nutritious, delicious Parsley Pesto Dressing using herbs grown from seed paper. Read more

Turning the page to welcome March

Happy 1st of March to you! It's always a delight to turn to a new page in our calendars and this month's plantable paper eco-calendar has a fresh green clover design. March means that the days are getting longer, St. Patrick's Day is coming and Spring is almost in sight. March... Read more

Green Fundraising and a Sneak Peek

With kids heading back to school, the time has come to update the Botanical PaperWorks Green Fundraising Program with a whole bunch of new plantable paper products to sell and raise money for your school! Read more

Checking in on the Planted Carrot Seed Paper

Back in June, we took a peek into our employee Deanna's back yard, and saw a whole bunch of growing carrot seed paper. The carrot tops had popped up already, and everything was looking really healthy. So when I saw Deanna enjoying fresh garden carrots in her lunch the other da... Read more

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