is the sustainability organization
of Dane County.
Have you ever paused at the recycling bin and wondered if what you’re throwing out is actually recyclable, or what will happen to it after it’s picked up? You’re not alone! In the City of Madison about 12.8% of what goes into recycling bins is actually trash, and about 13% of material in the Dane County landfill could be recycled. Recycling keeps valuable material out of the landfill, saves energy and money, and avoids the environmental impact of extracting new materials. This program is brought to you in partnership with the City of Madison with support from The Carton Council. Discover some recycling fast facts on our Recycle Better page.
T.L. Luke always wanted to be an artist. From a young age she knew “I’m going to be an artist, and there’s nothing else I want to do.” Determined to make this dream a reality, in 2018 she began pursuing art full time. Her website T.L. Luke Art houses comics, illustration prints, paintings, murals, and more.
The aviation industry has allowed people to connect with every part of the world in a matter of hours; it has brought people and cultures together from opposite poles; it has allowed us to feel closer to our families and friends even if we are countries away, and so much more. Read on to learn about the carbon footprint of flying and what you can do.
We’re happy to welcome Klein’s Floral and Greenhouses to the Sustain Dane member community! Sustain Dane’s Sonia Holsen and Maggie Radl sat down with Sue Klein, the owner and granddaughter of the original founders of the family business to talk about sustainability.