Top 10 Most Colorful Natural Wonders Huffington Post Now that it's officially fall in the Northern Hemisphere, certain areas enjoy the gradual changes of the leaves, which go from a summer green glow to the crisp orange, red and yellow colors of...
As a nation, we have become accustomed to paying relatively little for our food as a percentage of overall income.[i] While this cheap food may on the face of it seem like a good thing, it actually comes at an alarming, and astronomical, cost.
Ruth Grigg's insight:
Good tips here.... I am going to try to find a food co-op in my area!
Digging in to organic gardening WBEZ Organic gardener and educator, Jeanne Nolan, is in studio to talk sustainability, food awareness and growing good things on rooftops and backyard plots. Plus, Chicago Tribune launches a new "plan for Chicago".
Ruth Grigg's insight:
Go for it.... we need to keep as healthy as we can, starting with managing our diet.
Castile soap, which originates from the Castile region of Spain, is a type of soap made from plant oils. It is a “true soap” and not simply a chemical detergent. It’s sensitive on skin, it’s bio-degradable and Earth-friendly making it a wonderful product to use when making your own household products.
Castile soap is incredibly versatile and can be used as a major ingredient to make all kinds of products from natural beauty items to natural cleaning supplies.
In this blog post, we will reveal how you can ditch many of the most toxic products in your home and replace with Castile soap, plus a few other natural ingredients, for a cheaper, more natural alternative.
Coming to Railroads soon: Natural gas locomotives Business Journal GE Transportation presented retrofit technology that enables locomotives to use both diesel and liquid natural gas at Railway Interchange 2013, the North American rail industry's...
Great insights.... we have been replacing things slowly in our home, starting with solar panels to generate electricity and then the right kind of boiler.... of course we have insulation and double glazing too.... working on the garden next ....
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