As many of you know, I am a nurse with a master’s degree in public health.
We do quite a bit of business with the good folks in Texas and one of our most passionate customers is Theresa Finch, an environmental scientist from The Coastal Bend Council of Governments.
At Sidewalk Buttler, we frequently hear from the groups we work with how one person with passion and determination can have a huge impact on their community and surrounding areas.
The New Year is a time to look ahead with hope and expectation. It’s a time to take stock, plan for the future, and move forward.
As we prepare to wrap up 2019, Mike and I are feeling grateful for all of our allies in the movement to eliminate cigarette butt litter from our environment.
Whether you’re taking a walk on the beach or strolling downtown, it’s always disheartening to see plastic litter in the environment. But what can any of us do about it?
Last week, Mike and I had the opportunity to pitch Sidewalk Buttler as one of five Gorham Savings Bank LaunchPad finalists.
We are lucky to work alongside so many great people doing their part for Planet Earth every day. Today, I want to share some of them with you.
Though we hustled to be ready for inspection of our new shop, that inspection was disappointingly postponed. Nevertheless, we got to work on The Big Order.
National Resource Council of Maine’s 2014 Sustainability Report heightened community awareness and support of our Sidewalk Buttler program.
The story of Sidewalk Buttler™ began in 2013 as a way to help clean up toxic cigarette litter on the streets of Portland, Maine.
After more than forty years as a registered nurse, I am switching my focus from the individual patient to a global concern: Planet Earth.
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