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September Favorites!

So I’m starting something new on the blog “Monthly Favorites” where I lay down the products that I fell in love with from the previous month.   307 more words

FACE

️Eco-chic Meets Oral Health

Today I’m shining the light on a brand I’m sure none of you have heard of, Gaia Guy. As with most (if not all) of the eco-friendly brands that I share with you here on the blog, I found them on Instagram. 201 more words

HEALTH

Save Your Skin from Summer with Mineral Fusion

Cooler temps (and the holiday season) may be far from your mind as we soak up the last few weeks of the summer sun, but make no mistake— fall is right around the corner. 256 more words

Green Living

LEADING CERTIFIER LAUNCHES LOW-COST NON-GENETICALLY ENGINEERED FOOD LABEL

Certified Non-GE by A Greener World is a cost-effective way for producers to meet consumer expectations

REDMOND, OR (MAY 9, 2016)–A Greener World (AGW)–the leading sustainable farm certifier–is launching a new label: … 595 more words

Green Living News

{friday finds: introducing stacked wood wall panels}

There’s an innovative, new way to add the warmth and richness of wood to your walls: with STACKED WOOD engineered wood wall panels, now available from Hirshfield’s Design Resource. 215 more words

Design Inspiration

FIRST DAIRY CATTLE FARM IN NORTH AMERICA AWARDED TOP ANIMAL WELFARE AND GRASSFED CERTIFICATION

— Pure Éire Dairy in Othello, WA, uses sustainable agriculture methods to produce Certified Grassfed by AGW dairy products —
OTHELLO, WA (August 9, 2016)–Pure Éire Dairy is the first dairy cattle farm to be Certified Grassfed by A Greener World (AGW)–one of North America’s most trusted and transparent farm certifiers. 397 more words

Green Living

Silver Bullet™ Proven to Reduce Legionella in Cooling Towers without Added Chemicals or Large Capital Expense

Denver, Colorado, August 2, 2016 – According to a recent report from Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Legionnaires’ disease nearly quadrupled in the United States from 2000 to 2015, and most cases could have been prevented with water treatment solutions that prohibit legionella bacterial growth in water. 372 more words

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