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Agrihoods: Emerging Self-Sustainable Communities

Something I have always dreamed about has become a reality. It is called an agrihood, a residential neighborhood with a farm at the center—not a golf course, club house or pool, but something really sensible: … 119 more words


BYOD: Helping the Enterprise Become More Sustainable and Green

Most companies are trying to implement green initiatives to help minimize our carbon footprint. But, it can be an expensive endeavor. Changing existing manufacturing processes will need a bigger upfront capital, while setting up a greener data center means moving to another location. 668 more words

Green Living News

The Shed

“Notting Hill, despite its central location, is a dead zone for good restaurants. Well at least it was until The Shed opened its charming blue doors in October 2012.” 182 more words

British Produce

Modified Mobcap

I’m proud to present the first finished object of the Jane Austen Project, the Modified Mobcap by Elizabeth Cherry!

The head band and first few inches of this hat are knit in Fisherman’s Wool that I dyed with Pokeberry.   339 more words

Sprout reblogged this on amateurpermaculturist and commented:

Here is the most recent post from my store blog. Isn't this a wonderful hat! The multicolored crown is recycled banana fiber from Darn Good Yarns. The red band and body is my own hand-dyed wool.  I dyed Lion Brand Fisherman's wool with Pokeberries.  The berries were mostly from my mom's yard, but thanks to everyone who brought me some from their yards!

The second life of an FRB candle tin

We are ever so proud of our revamped “From India with Love” Candle Collection. Not only are they bigger and better, but we’ve added two new fragrances too! 560 more words

Forty Red Bangles

MOH - Jewelers in Rockland County

In an effort to keep up my research for eco-friendly steps in wedding planning, I want to share my results of my Rockland County jewelry search. 468 more words