Category Archives: sustainability

I Heckle, You Heckle, Let’s All Heckle

Hecklers were people who were knowledgeable and alert to hypocrisy. They were aware how easily something nasty can snag what’s useful into uselessness until it’s pulled free. Nearly everyone I know is, by that definition, a heckler. Continue reading

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What A Cow Taught Us About Free Range Learning

A happy moo day to you. Continue reading

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Prevent Sweatshop Horrors As You Shop

Consumer demand for cheaply priced clothes and other goods is directly related to horrors like the recent garment factory fire in Bangladesh that killed over 800. How we shop can change that. Here are over 100 links to companies that keep all production in the United States, Continue reading

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Engage The Window Box Effect

What reverses urban decay can work in your life too. Really. Continue reading

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Will Fracking Affect My Family?

Take a close look at how fracking might affect your food, your rights, your insurance, your health, and your environment. Continue reading

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Global Village Construction Set

DIY independence with all the comforts of modern life. Continue reading

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Five Ways Frugal Living Benefits Kids

Living more simply provides lifelong advantages. Find out five ways that frugal living can benefit your family. Continue reading

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