Concentration of CO2 in the Atmosphere

Monadnock Food Co-op, Keene, New Hampshire

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Interview with Meghan Lafaso Hercher, Events and Outreach Coordinator

G.E.T. Staff

G.E.T.: When did your co-op start. How many members are there?

Meghan Lafaso Hercher: In April 3, 2013. We have over 4,400 members.

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BirdieBlue – Sustainable Packs and Bags

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Roger Lohr

BirdieBlue www.shopbirdieblue.com is a company in Stowe, VT that was created to save discarded clothing from ending up in landfills and give it new life as bags and packs. Company owner Kate Harvey spent three years […]

Is There Plastic In My Produce?

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Jessie Haas

Many of us go to great trouble to purchase local produce, or to grow our own, this writer included. So really? One more thing to worry about?

Sadly, yes, and this is a big one. […]

Cultivating Long-Term Perspective for the Sustenance of Human Civilization

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Larry Plesent

Human civilization, despite its remarkable achievements, faces a crucial question: Can we sustain our existence for the next thousand years and beyond? To secure our future, we must undergo a profound shift in perspective—one that transcends […]

April 18: Nontoxic Ways to Clean Your Home Webinar

 

 

 

Spring is the perfect time to give your home a fresh start, but before you start scrubbing, consider the toxic chemicals that may be lurking in your cleaning products. Did you know that common household cleaners can be harmful to your health?

Join us on April 18th at 4pm PT/ […]

Go Fast, Go Silent, Go Clean on an Electric Snow Machine

Taiga’s Nomad electric snowmobile offers the benefits of being a clean, quiet, low maintenance machine. (Taiga Motors)

Michael J. Daley

Imagine you acquired a passion for snowmobiling before your climate consciousness awakened. Imagine the twinge of conscience before each ride as you pour ten gallons of liquid fossil fuel into the […]

Farm-to-School Learning with Cornucopia Project

Student farmers bunch harvested garlic scapes for summer CSA members. (Cornucopia Project)

Jill McLaughlin

From teaching high schoolers how to bend conduit pipes to showing kindergarteners the power of the sun with UV beads, our ReVision Energy climate education team has found that the best way to teach kids is through […]

Clean and Green at Home in 2023

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Larry Plesent

Modern Americans have been conditioned to believe that every surface needs its own individual specialty cleaner. While this is a terrific boost to someone’s bottom line (not yours), here is the inside information on how to be eco-nomical while being eco-logical.

To clean and maintain the average home or […]

Seaberries of My Dreams

Seaberries grown at Elmore Roots are easy to grow and have a great flavor to use in your drinks. (Courtesy photo)

David Fried

There are four questions horticulturists and gardeners need to ask:

1. Would you like a cup of tea?

2. Do astronauts always take this drink into […]

Tick Tack Toe — Away You Go

Mainejane’s Tacklers fit around a person’s ankle stopping ticks before they can crawl up your leg. Below: a tick stuck in place. (Courtesy photos)

N.R. Mallery

This story starts in Maine. A woman goes out for a walk with her dog and comes back to find fifty ticks crawling up her […]