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John Bartram Arboretum is II

Published: November 4, 2022   Take 100+ acres of diverse habitat, add 500+ environmentally engaged Kendal residents and staff and the result: The John Bartram Arboretum at Kendal at Oberlin.…

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Values in Action: Environmental Sustainability

Published: April 27, 2022   Kendal at Oberlin, and Kendal Corporation’s other affiliates are independent and not part of, or sponsored by any religious or social institution, but they were…

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Why Eat Fresh

Published: August 3, 2022     Eating local produce tastes good, and that’s not all, according to Healthline: “Several benefits come from eating fresh local food, including environmental, economic, social,…

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Focus on Sustainability at Kendal

Published: January 12, 2017 Since its founding nearly 25 years ago, Kendal at Oberlin’s commitment to environmental stewardship has been unwavering. The retirement community’s focus includes energy conservation and sustainability…

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Sustainable Diet

Published: October 20, 2021 We hear a lot about the importance of eating healthy or following a diet low in sodium and fat and high in fruits and vegetables. So,…

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Scott Pusey

Zero Energy Ready Homes

Scott Pusey Sustainability is one of our core values at Kendal-Crosslands Communities, and whenever we add new homes to our community, we ensure they are built with sustainable practices in…

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Recycling Trends

Published: August 19, 2021 When it comes to recycling, good news and not-so-good news, according to Recycle Track Systems “The State of Recycling: 2021 Trends and Beyond.” “Back in 1960,…

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Environmental Spotlight- Solar Power

Published: July 22, 2021 When it comes to sun facts, did you know: Since 2014, the average cost of solar PV (photovoltaic) panels has dropped nearly 70%; Solar panel efficiency…

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Getting Started with Composting

Published: June 4, 2021 Making dirt makes a difference in our environment. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency estimates that in 2018, 2.6 million tons of food (4.1 percent of wasted…

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