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W. C. Peezy is the official Praying Mantis of the
WCPC Creation Care Team.
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“I post messages a lot. So come back to see me often!”


Peezy’s November/December 2019 Post

What is an un-paper towel? This is a good question to ask a grandparent, because they have great old-school answer. Cloth is what they used all the time for clean up around the house. Cloth rags do a really good job of cleaning and soaking up spills. And you just throw them into the wash with the clothes. Each time you use cloth instead of paper, you are doing something good. And it is EASY PEEZY!


Peezy’s September/October 2019 Post

News Flash! The Precinct 3 Recycling Center on Pruitt Road now takes all kinds of clean Styrofoam. Yay! Those to-go containers, egg cartons and coffee cups just need a little wash to avoid going in the trash. Helpful hint: If you bring packing peanuts, please use a container you can leave with the center. Those little buggers like to fly all over the place when they are transferred! I really love this new development.

Peezy’s July/August 2019 Post

The heat is upon us, and it is time to get in shape! Yes, your body; we all need that. But also your irrigation sprinklers. Are they spraying the concrete? Are any heads broken? Is there a leak? Is the timer set for only your watering days? Are you faithful about turning them off when it rains? Have you looked into the benefits of drip irrigation? So many ways to save our precious water. Now let’s just do it!

Peezy’s June 2019 Post

Food cartons come in two types, shelf-stable (juice, milk, soy milk, soup, broth, wine) and refrigerated (milk, juice, cream). They are made of paper, plastic, and sometimes aluminum. These wonderful containers have a great product-to-packaging ratio, and they are specially made for recycling. Really! So rinse them out well and toss into your recycling bin. You are doing a good thing!

Peezy’s May 2019 Post

Entomologist Don Sands says, “Insects are the small creatures that run the world.” Wow! You have heard of the food chain. Well that means the “bottom-up” effect of insect loss is very serious for all living creatures, including HUMANS! A major cause of this problem is pesticides. So let’s all put on our thinking caps and roll up our sleeves to substitute pesticides with more sustainable, practices. Our lives depend on it!

Peezy’s April 2019 Post

Who loves a good rebate? Me! Did you know that The Woodlands Joint Powers Agency will give you a credit on your water bill when you purchase certain rain barrels, rain sensors, drip irrigation systems, smart controllers, and even native plants? They will! Just go to their website to get all the particulars: www.wjpa.org/services/rebates. You will get 50% of the purchase price, up to $150. That’s a lot of green!