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How to Home Compost

Learn how to home compost with the help of Blain’s Farm & Fleet. Thinking of starting your own organic garden? The cornerstone to organic gardening is compost and learning how to home compost is a good way to start. Composting is actually fairly easy to do. All you need is a bit of recycled garden or lawn trimmings, some everyday kitchen waste, a little love and a little patience. Nature(…)

Small Ways You Can Reduce Your Carbon Footprint

Reduce your carbon footprint with these ideas from Blain’s Farm & Fleet. Your carbon footprint is basically the amount of CO2 (greenhouse gas) a person produces by their daily activities that contribute to global warming. Altering every day chores and activities can make a huge impact. We have listed a few small ways to reduce your carbon footprint. 11 Ways to Reduce Your Carbon Footprint 1. One-Stop Shops –  How(…)

How to Make a Rain Barrel

Learn how to make your own rain barrel with the help of Blains’ Farm & Fleet. You know the importance of savings, and a rain barrel is a great way to decrease the damage on your water bill. You can save even more money when you build your own rain barrel. With the help of Blain’s Farm & Fleet, you can follow these easy steps to make your own rain(…)

What Should I Do With My Old Tires?

Learn what to do with your old tires after they’re replaced at your local tire shop. When you get new tires put on your vehicle, you may wonder what happens with the old tires. If you’re feeling creative or crafty, you can reuse your old tires around your home or garden. If you don’t want to keep your old tires, your local tire shop can recycle them for you when(…)

Location Spotlight: Oak Creek, Wisconsin

Make Blain’s Farm & Fleet of Oak Creek, Wisconsin your go-to place for tires. At Blain’s Farm & Fleet, we understand that we all should do our part to work toward a greener future. That’s why we invest in green infrastructure, just like the city of Oak Creek, Wisconsin. The city has developed a plan for a sustainable, environmentally friendly town square, called Drexel Town Square. It will feature lots(…)

Romeoville Named Newest Blain’s Farm & Fleet Location

Blain’s Farm & Fleet’s 37th store will be located in Romeoville, Illinois. The newest store location will incorporate green aspects to help the environment, and employ over 100 associates.

Location Spotlight: Cedar Falls, Iowa

Go green with the tire shop at Blain’s Farm & Fleet of Cedar Falls, Iowa. At Blain’s Farm & Fleet, we understand that we should all do our part to help the environment. That’s why we strive to reduce our carbon footprint at each of our stores, including Blain’s Farm & Fleet of Cedar Falls, Iowa. A school’s statewide impact Cedar Falls, Iowa is home to the University of Northern(…)

Location Spotlight: Woodstock, Illinois

Work toward a greener future with Blain’s Farm & Fleet of Woodstock, Illinois. At Blain’s Farm & Fleet, we have been working toward a greener future. As we continue to work with each location’s community, we strive to not only offer genuine value, but to also help those communities with their own green plans. The city of Woodstock, Illinois has been working to improve and maintain the quality of their(…)

Location Spotlight: Morton, Illinois

From bike trails to the open road, find out why Blain’s Farm & Fleet of Morton, Illinois is your best choice for tire service. With stores in Wisconsin, Illinois and Iowa, we pride ourselves in helping the Midwest reduce its carbon footprint. Our Morton, Illinois store is just one of our many stores going green. The city of Morton has put forth efforts to cut down on its carbon footprint.(…)

Location Spotlight: Kankakee, Illinois

Recycling tires is just one reason Blain’s Farm & Fleet of Kankakee, Illinois should be your go-to auto repair and tire shop. At Blain’s Farm & Fleet, we pride ourselves on going green and helping the environment as much as we can. Our Kankakee, Illinois store is no different. The city of Kankakee and village of Bourbonnais, both in Illinois, have put in great efforts to go green. In Bourbonnais, the(…)


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