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Today John the farmer is doing Hugelkultur !

Hugelkultur or hill culture is simply growing what you want on hills or mounds created out of rough biomass to improve the soil, increase drainage and at the same time prevent the soil from drying out. 56 more words


20 Ways To Be a Greener Student in 2018-19

While getting an education, whether it is high school, university or beyond, it may be hard to live a sustainable lifestyle. Being green in school will not get in the way of your learning, it is simply making small decisions that take little to no time or effort but can make a huge impact.  813 more words



I have a confession. I only started a recycling last year. We used a diesel generator to power the house for two years. And for the first 26 years of my life I threw rubbish out with gay abandon. 1,221 more words

Belizean Turmeric Paste

Is turmeric really as good as they say it is??

To answer that, let me share my personal experience:

As a youth and young adult, I spent far too many hours in the weight room—I was what they used to call a gym rat.     310 more words

Produce Delivery, Thursday 8/16

Cucumbers, Kirby — Copake, NY (LOCAL)
Kale, Green Curly — Westminster, VT (LOCAL)
Lettuce, Green Leaf — Westminster, VT (LOCAL)
Pea Shoots — Ghent, NY (LOCAL) 98 more words

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EcoPost: Straws and Bags

Two basic and most used eco items I carry with me wherever I go:

  • Stainless steel straws
  • Reusable bags…more precisely, one made from recycled plastic bottles…
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The Ocean Action Pod

Throughout my degree, and even now, I always get asked what my ideal job would be. My answer always used to be “something that involved conservation”. 282 more words