STEWARDSHIP OF FOOTPRINTS
How to Find an Aldi Near Me
Looking for an aldi near me? Search for your local Aldi by state. The store locator will show you gps coordinates, phone numbers, customer reviews, and ratings for each location. You can also find out which stores sell alcohol in your area. If you are planning to shop at Aldi, be sure to check out their website or mobile app to see if they deliver to your area. The Aldi website has a list of stores that deliver.
If you are in the New York area, search for the nearest Aldi store by zip code or postal code. Each store will have approximately 12,000 square feet of retail space. Aldi is one of the world's largest discount grocers and will have fifteen locations throughout New York City. The first Aldi store opened in Bay Shore, New York, in 2011. It has since opened multiple stores in the area and is now competing with Lidl and other discount grocers in the New York market.
The Aldi find a store locator can also help you find an Aldi near me. Store hours can vary depending on your state and local laws. To check for operating hours, visit the Aldi website. The website also lists the different products available and details about weekly specials and discounts. Once you have found an Aldi near me, you can start shopping! And once you're back home, you'll be glad you stopped by!
Environmental awareness isn't just about bottles anymore. It's about packaging for your cheese, packaging for the meat department, and how to turn your Weber grill into an incinerator. The goal of our Stewardship of Footprints program is to teach you about the different things you can do to help protect the environment. For example, we educate you about certain plants you can grow yourself that provide a hub for various insects (such as bees) to thrive.
TAKING IT TO THE CLASSROOM
We believe that awareness should begin early, so we have created youth programs for implementation in schools. Our goal is to work with a green club in an elementary school, working with students and administrators to implement initiatives. Such a school might have a community greenhouse or a farmers market where the money raised from sales goes to another plot that a high school manages to create a large community garden. It's all very cyclical in terms of sharing and creating a more sustainable community.
We cater specific content for three separate groups: senior population, millennials, and the younger generations. The information we provide gives you what you need to live sustainably and to reduce your ecological footprint. Subjects we cover include:
Rainwater - We produce different videos about how to use rainwater, how to use recycled water, and how to recycle your own water. To reach as many people as possible, we use hosts that speak different languages for the videos we create on our channel.
Composting - We have information about an architect that has created a small plant design for a recycling center. The facility gives people the option to learn how to do their composting or how to create an add-on. This information comes in three different sizes as a PDF.
Downsizing - Living Earth also introduces you to senior estate owners that are downsizing and selling their estates.
JOIN OUR CAUSE
Support our environmental awareness efforts by becoming a member of Living Earth. We will keep you informed about happenings with a monthly newsletter we will email to you. The membership levels are:
- Individual - $5 a month
- Family - $10 a month
- Business - $25 a month