Monthly Archives: April 2012

10 Sustainable Ways to Reuse Wine Corks

April 30, 2012
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10 Sustainable Ways to Reuse Wine Corks

We have made it our mission here at Planet Forward to bring you new and fresh green ideas that are easy to implement. Over the past few weeks we’ve put together some great lists for how to reuse many things in your house including bread bags, old toothbrushes, mint tins, plastic cups and bread tags.…

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10 Sustainable Ways to Reuse Wine Corks

April 30, 2012
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10 Sustainable Ways to Reuse Wine Corks

We have made it our mission here at Planet Forward to bring you new and fresh green ideas that are easy to implement. Over the past few weeks we’ve put together some great lists for how to reuse many things in your house including bread bags, old toothbrushes, mint tins, plastic cups and bread tags.…

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10 Sustainable Ways to Reuse Wine Corks

April 30, 2012
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10 Sustainable Ways to Reuse Wine Corks

We have made it our mission here at Planet Forward to bring you new and fresh green ideas that are easy to implement. Over the past few weeks we’ve put together some great lists for how to reuse many things in your house including bread bags, old toothbrushes, mint tins, plastic cups and bread tags.…

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10 Sustainable Ways to Reuse Wine Corks

April 30, 2012
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10 Sustainable Ways to Reuse Wine Corks

We have made it our mission here at Planet Forward to bring you new and fresh green ideas that are easy to implement. Over the past few weeks we’ve put together some great lists for how to reuse many things in your house including bread bags, old toothbrushes, mint tins, plastic cups and bread tags.…

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Power Networking Secrets

April 30, 2012
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I had Kathy Condon – author of Face-To-Face Networking It’s All About Communication – on Solo Pro Radio last week. She shared some excellent power networking tips to help you connect, build relationships, and stand out in a crowd ALL at the same time. Are you having trouble coordinating your online and offline networking activities….…

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Should We Spend More Time Educating Utilities Instead of Consumers?

April 30, 2012
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Should We Spend More Time Educating Utilities Instead of Consumers?

Do most Americans spend eight or more hours of their days thinking about electricity?  No.  They spend their days worrying about more important things, like how to convince their children to sensibly use various social media channels; saving enough for retirement; and securing help for aging relatives.  In other words, they are dealing with life. …

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Introducing Herban Crafts: Crafting a Better World!

April 30, 2012
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Introducing Herban Crafts: Crafting a Better World!

Karen Lee of EcoKaren and I have partnered on a new social enterprise, Herban Crafts, that will offer a job and social skills training program to unemployed women in transitional housing in the DC and NY areas. To support our programming, Herban Crafts will sell DIY kits for various types of earth-friendly products. The kits will…

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Join Us for Ballston Arts & Crafts Market Opening Day 5/12!

April 30, 2012
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Join Us for Ballston Arts & Crafts Market Opening Day 5/12!

Please join us on Saturday, May 12th, from 10:00am to 4:00pm, for the first Ballston Arts & Crafts Market of the 2012 season! It’s a great opportunity to pick up some handmade goodies for Mother’s Day The market will be held at Welburn Square, 901 North Taylor Street, between North Stuart and North 9th Streets (across…

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Showing Some Love to the National Parks

April 30, 2012
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Showing Some Love to the National Parks

2012 marks the 100th anniversary of the gift of the blossoming cherry trees to Washington, DC from the Mayor of Tokyo, Japan. This year the Cherry Blossom Festival, hosted by the National Park Service, runs from March 20 to April 27, with the Sakura Matsuri (Cherry Blossom Street Festival), to be held today, April 14.…

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Introducing Herban Crafts: Crafting a Better World!

April 30, 2012
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Introducing Herban Crafts: Crafting a Better World!

Karen Lee of EcoKaren and I have partnered on a new social enterprise, Herban Crafts, that will offer a job and social skills training program to unemployed women in transitional housing in the DC and NY areas. To support our programming, Herban Crafts will sell DIY kits for various types of earth-friendly products. The kits will…

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