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New York City Organic! Gust Organics Restaurant, ABC Home Organic Products, and Funky Subway Man!

So, my singer/actress/teacher sister Susannah, (seen above amidst terrifying gang of stuffed animals), and I took a trip to New York City recently on our usual starving-artist-style, shoestring budgets! We are so grateful for wonderful friends who offered us beautiful, cozy accommodations and a delicious breakfast! We stopped by ABC Home which must be the biggest indoor … Continue reading

Go Erin Schrode! Project Green Challenge (30 Days) Started Yesterday! Huge Kudos to High School and College Students Signing Up!!

Throughout October a daily green challenge is on ProjectGreenChallenge.com and in an email delivered to each participant who has signed up . Meet Project Green Challenge’s extremely cool founder, Erin Schrode! Contestants who complete the 30-day Challenge can apply for the Challenge Finals. Ten finalists will be selected to participate in Green University, a two-day eco summit held in California this December. Students will … Continue reading

Once Upon a Time We Had Two Options in Eco Fashion – Potato Sack or Bust the Bank. Times Have Changed.

Weekend Cardigan – Indigenous Designs  $90 Fair Trade Certified 100% Organic Cotton Low Impact Dyes One day, hopefully in the not too distant future, we will no longer call it “eco fashion”. There will be one symbol on the tag showing that the materials are eco-friendly and the company is fair in its dealings. These items … Continue reading

(Video) The Story of Stuff (Revisited), How Things Work

. more about “Story of Stuff (Revisited), How Thing…“, posted with vodpod

One Earth Designs SolSource: from MAKE Blog

Check out this fantastic article By Chris Conners about One Earth Designs. http://blog.makezine.com “One Earth Designs, [founded by Scot Frank], is doing fascinating work to help improve the living conditions of people who do not have access to the resources that Westerners do. By leveraging the experience and needs of rural villagers and academics, new … Continue reading

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