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Wordless Wednesday: It’s Violet Time Again!

April 6, 2011
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Wordless Wednesday: It’s Violet Time Again!

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It’s Time for Eco Etsy’s Handmade for Earth Day Auction 2011

April 4, 2011
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It’s Time for Eco Etsy’s Handmade for Earth Day Auction 2011

Today bidding opens for Team Eco Etsy’s  annual Handmade for Earth Day Auction, which raises money for non-profit organizations. The items for the auction were all donated by an incredibly talented team of eco artisans. This year, all proceeds will go to Habitat for … Continue reading → Read the full post

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Meatless Monday with Veggie-Fetti Noodle Pie

April 3, 2011
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Meatless Monday with Veggie-Fetti Noodle Pie

Photo courtesy of www.homemadesimple.com Welcome to the blog and thanks for taking the time to stop by on another Meatless Monday. We took the pledge to support this great movement because it promotes green living by choosing eco-friendly meatless food choices one day per week in support of personal and planetary health. A small sacrifice…

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Please join us at Crafts on the Hill on 4/2

April 1, 2011
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Please join us at Crafts on the Hill on 4/2

Please join us for the first ever Crafts on the Hill, which will be held from 10:00am to 4:00pm at the historic Eastern Market on Capitol Hill. There will be lots of great crafters, including Herban Lifestyle, Wunderaround, Phil Barbato, … Continue reading → Read the full post

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My Organic Garden Part One – The Need for Seed

March 31, 2011
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My Organic Garden Part One – The Need for Seed

Starting my Organic Garden Indoors Hello fellow garden enthusiasts and welcome back to the blog! It has been a long cold winter but I’m happy now that with the beginning of spring comes the beginning of my beloved organic gardening season. Even though the ground may still be too hard regardless of which hardiness zone…

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My Organic Garden Part One – The Need for Seed

March 31, 2011
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My Organic Garden Part One – The Need for Seed

Starting my Organic Garden Indoors Hello fellow garden enthusiasts and welcome back to the blog! It has been a long cold winter but I’m happy now that with the beginning of spring comes the beginning of my beloved organic gardening season. Even though the ground may still be too hard regardless of which hardiness zone…

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Liquid Hydrogen fuel looks to become a reality sooner than expected

March 30, 2011
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Liquid Hydrogen fuel looks to become a reality sooner than expected

Unless you’re incredibly optimistic or know something that I don’t, you’ll probably agree that gasoline prices aren’t going to be going down anytime soon if ever. I’ve long felt that rapid inflation in the cost of oil would be the single greatest catalyst for alternative energy vehicles and it seems that my theory will be…

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Wordless Wednesday: Sakura, sakura, yayoi no sorawa

March 30, 2011
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Wordless Wednesday: Sakura, sakura, yayoi no sorawa

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Pew Environment Group release global rankings of clean energy investment

March 29, 2011
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Pew Environment Group release global rankings of clean energy investment

Have you ever read something that makes you actually wince? A study or some statistics that make you feel a combination of disappointment and concern? That happened to me today when I saw the latest report published by the Pew Environment Group showing the global list of countries investments in low carbon energy technology in…

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Pew Environment Group release global rankings of clean energy investment

March 29, 2011
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Pew Environment Group release global rankings of clean energy investment

Have you ever read something that makes you actually wince? A study or some statistics that make you feel a combination of disappointment and concern? That happened to me today when I saw the latest report published by the Pew Environment Group showing the global list of countries investments in low carbon energy technology in…

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