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Monthly Archives: January 2012
Next month’s national conference is the largest-ever gathering of green schools. The largest-ever gathering of K-12 school administrators, teachers, students and parents next month marks the arrival of a growing national movement that sees ‘greening’ the nation’s schools as the … Continue reading
I love cats. I grew up with SEVERAL. I’ve lived on my own for years and finally have one of my own. But let me tell you, whether you have one, or twelve (don’t ever do that), the litter box … Continue reading
This is a great article from Grist about ways to reduce waste, save money, and create some tasty, healthy staples for your kitchen cupboard. Plus, it’s a fun way to engage your friends or kids in creating a more sustainable … Continue reading
Citizens who observe nature feel more connected to it, and therefore treat nature with more respect, interest, and may even devote part of their life to its protection. Martha Carlson, a long time maple farmer and former science teacher, is … Continue reading