This year, I finally went paperless and it’s much easier than I thought it would be. University students have their blogs, I have my website and we can see one another’s work, share ideas and provide and accept constructive feedback. In doing so, we are responsible for that work because we must stand behind it in a very public way and that makes us even more diligent. The whole process is a kind of symbiotic and sustainable way to learn and grow. Recently, I learned that sustainability and green practices means more than simply separating plastic, aluminum, and glass from household trash. Paper is also an important recyclable. We’ve come a long way since my childhood days of “the dump” where boxes, newspaper and all kinds of paper products were dumped into a huge landfill right along with everything else we didn’t want or need. Read here to find out more about how cardboard can save your town money.