Economic Sustainability

Sustainability is a hot topic these days but one which may be little understood. While the green movement is helping raise awareness of natural systems, politicians, and the corporate world, have yet to truly accept the critical notion of what Wendell Berry calls the real economy. Long-term environmental protection, perhaps even the survival of life […]

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Plant Trees!

Trees! are the largest and longest living organisms on Earth. Trees replenish a critical renewable resource and may be the most natural and cost effective way to mitigate global warming, while making oxygen and purifying ground water. Listen in to find out more about the many benefits of trees and how you can get involved […]

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Grow Beds

Widespread dependency on industrial, petroleum-based agriculture creates major impact on ecosystems and the climate. Einstein said ‘The plant world can provide most everything we need.’  If you believe food is our best medicine and are concerned with skyrocketing costs and the impacts of industrial food, you may find yourself in good company with others looking […]

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Eco Ed

Across the board, kids are spending a record amount of time indoors, at school, texting from the mall, reading, or watching TV with little or no connection to the natural world. These kids may be consumer-society casualties newly diagnosed with nature-deficit disorder, a term coined by Richard Louv, in his book Last Child in the […]

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Renewable Energy Trends

In years past, renewable energy trends were followed mainly by ‘off ‘-the-grid’ folks and a few forward thinkers…. with money.  But thanks to improved technologies, lower prices and the abundance of positive media spreading information about these proven options, an unprecedented surge of awareness and positive action, with conservation, energy use and production, is occurring in […]

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Live Christmas Trees

If healthy rich soil serves as the digestive system of the planet then, trees are the lungs. They play a major role in absorbing carbon dioxide, filtering air pollution and making oxygen. Trees help control erosion and support healthy soil, which sequesters even more CO2. But how often do you/we go out and plant a […]

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