Zachary Zaitzeff and Zaitzeff Burgers

Zachary Zaitzeff is a restaurant owner who is committed to sustainability and protecting the environment. Zachary Zaitzeff is a University of Vermont alumnus, a school that is famous for on-campus sustainability initiatives. In addition, Zachary Zaitzeff’s restaurant, Zaitzeff Burgers, promotes sustainability and environmentalism by using locally grown food, organic products, and grass-fed beef in their world famous hamburgers. Zachary Zaitzeff recommends adopting a sustainable lifestyle to preserve the environment.

Grow Your Own Food: Having even just a small garden goes a long way toward living a sustainable life. You can grown certain items in pots in your home, such as beans, peas, tomatoes, and herbs. If you have a backyard with viable land, you can even plant a full vegetable garden. Growing your own food reduces waste. It is also good for the environment and provides you with healthy food that you can grow organically and free of chemicals.

Save Water: Saving water is one of the most important aspects of the sustainability movement. Drinking water is becoming a scarce resource on Earth, despite the fact that most of us have constant access to unlimited water. Simple ways to conserve water are taking shorter showers, fixing leaks, and using the dishwasher only for full loads.

Recycle: Of course, the staple of the green movement is recycling. Recycling is paramount to preserving the planet. Most towns and cities provide recycling pick-up. Another incentive to recycle is the money you can get back for your bottles and cans at redemption centers.

Get a Bicycle: Getting a bicycle is a great travel option if you live close enough to your place of work. It will save you money on gas as well as saving the environment from pollution. Bicycling to work is a great way to work exercise into your day, and exercise will also wake you up and prepare you for a full day at work.

 

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