After the last two visits, I see why bee doesn’t drop in on grandpa more often. Help the “Maybees” From The Great Sunflower Project: Join The Hunt for Bees! From Care 2: Honeybee Crisis Continues: How You Can Help Stop Colony Collapse Disorder From Your Garden Show: Bugs, birds and bees need you! From PBS: […]
Can homemade cookies lead to a teachable moment? Yes they can. One mom grapples with eco-snobbery when a teacher decides what makes a “healthy choice”. What results is a very helpful list of tips to use when you want to garner support for your cause (in this case, food safety and health) without setting anyone on tilt.
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Biking is less painful than running and more exciting than walking. You can watch the subtle shift of the seasons, the stages of farming, and bird migration. It can even be very emotionally cleansing and serve as mental therapy. And guess what…it doesn’t take fancy gadgets and lots of lycra to participate in.
The most common complaints I hear about green lighting are that the technology is too expensive and simply “not feasible.” In my experience, no lighting retrofit has ever cost more than the long-term savings it provides. Sure, this isn’t necessarily true with certain environmentally friendly technologies such as some types of advanced alternative-energy projects. But […]
While solar energy has become the most popular type of alternative energy in today’s homes, it’s not the only choice. There’s also wind energy. Besides helping to save the planet’s energy sources, it can also help to save you money. Here are some of the top ways that it can do that… Large Wind Turbines […]
Does Willie Nelson’s commercial for the mega Mexican food chain, Chipotle, mean he is turning from his farmer advocacy work and crossing over to the dark side of the corporate conglomerate? Nope. In fact, it may just be what the restaurant industry needs to inspire a large-scale food integrity renaissance.
Last week the New York Times ran an op-ed piece titled, “Going Green but Getting Nowhere”. It was one of the most finely packaged pieces of eco-snobbery we’ve ever seen. Do you think it’s big government’s job to mandate environmental behaviors or is it better to let every step, big or small, add up to a changed world?