Green Thinking

Bristol County Agricultural High School

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Green Tip of the Month:

Try to use your sprinklers in early morning or evening. The average lawn needs only about one hour of watering per week. In summer, outdoor water usage accounts for 40 percent if household water bills. The irrigation of U.S. lawns and landscapes claims and estimated 7.9 billion gallons of water a day -- a volume that would fill fourteen six-packs of beer.

The Green Book


Welcome To Green Thinking!

As a student project, we have started Green Thinking for our Natural Resource Management course at Bristol Aggie. We were assigned to design an "eco-page" containing information for the general public about our school, the field of natural resources, and what the community can do to make a difference in the environment.

There has been a lot of news about global warming and becoming more environmentally friendly to prevent it. But does everyone know what it means? For those who do not, the information and resources available on this site may help. Also for anyone interested in the natural resource management field, we have also provided job and college search engines.

We wish to share with the public our interest in the environment and ways we can all help protect it. If we want future generations to experience all the glories of the natural world, we need to take action now. Protecting and preserving our environment and all of it's components are very important. We all wish to breathe clean air, drink clean water, and live in a generally clean world. Help everyone achieve this by turning over a new leaf. Even one or two things you do to help the environment, whether it be as small as using reusable water bottles or to something as large as convert your house to solar or wind energy, you are making a difference. And we all appreciate it. If you have any questions about our school or this site please contact us.

- Kourtnie Bouley and Kathryn Torres

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