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Jennifer is now a member of A Greener Indiana
Jul 4
MC2 Home Inspections LLC shared a profile on Facebook
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MC2 Home Inspections LLC updated their profile
Jun 23
Mrs. Cara Dafforn posted a blog post

Summer of Survival

The free webinar "Summer of Survival" has inspired me to think about Summer emergency preparations.  Time and distance from any event will enable you to complete tasks to do in advance of impending chaos.  Planning prevents panic, so here is a list to help your hearth and homePlug in  any Electric GeneratorsCharge PhonesComplete the LaundryBake the EggsHydrate the House with Citrus Peel WaterSterilize Jars and prepare for food canning without electricityPrepare fire place (Move wood supply to…See More
Jun 11
Austin Richerd posted a blog post

JN0-102 Exam - Things You Should Know About!

Discussing the Juniper JN0-102 ExamThe Juniper Associate JNCIA Junos is a very important certification program offered by the Juniper for the IT professionals. The JN0-102 is basically the exam code for this popular certification which is especially designed for the professionals with some the very beginner level of intermediate knowledge, experience and skills regarding the networking related applications and matters. This Juniper certification actually validates and verifies the abilities and…See More
Jun 11
Kabbalah Indianapolis posted an event

Power of Kabbalah - Free Course at Indiana Design Center

June 9, 2014 from 7pm to 8:15pm
Power of Kabbalah (POK) 1 is a paradigm-shifting course that reveals the secrets to all kabbalistic teachings, the golden rules you can master if you seek more fulfillment in your life.See More
Jun 1
Jerry Hay commented on Jerry Hay's group Project Green Spot
"I have spent the past couple of months redrawing the Wabash River for the next Wabash River Guidebook edition, using the latest sat images. The cut-off is changing and the old bend is beginning to fill in. As seen in this image, during low water,…"
May 30
Eric Stallsmith posted a blog post

2014 Eby's Pines Sustainability efforts

2014 Eby’s Green ReportEby’s Pines Campground and RV Resort, www.EbysPines.com  has been in operation for over 46 years.  We are nestled amongst the pines between Bonneyville Mills County Park, and the Little Elkhart River; located in the heart of Northern Indiana Amish Country.  We have over 300 sites including several electric- water and full hook up connections, cabin rentals, and primitive camp sites.  We have ample space for larger gatherings among…See More
May 14
Eby's Pines RV Park & Campground was featured
May 14
Myra Craig is now a member of A Greener Indiana
May 14
Mrs. Cara Dafforn shared their blog post on Facebook
May 12
Mike wright joined Ernest Rando's group

Aquaponics, Aquaculture, & Hydroponics

This is a Public group showcasing the opportunities in Aquaculture, Aquaponics, and Hydroponics in Indiana. Please feel free to email: indianabranch@aquaponicsassociation.org if you or your project would like to be included on the below website map. You do not have to be a member of the Aquaponics Association to be listed.See More
May 10
Mrs. Cara Dafforn shared their discussion on Twitter
May 9
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Ecotech Institute to Host Renewable Energy and Sustainability Forum, Thursday, May 15 at Ecotech Institute

May 15, 2014 from 10am to 5pm
On Thursday, May 15, Ecotech Institute, the first and only college in the U.S. solely focused on renewable energy and sustainability, is hosting a one-day “Renewable Energy and Sustainability Forum.” It will go from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at Ecotech Institute’s campus in Aurora at 1400 S. Abilene Street, right off of I-225. Key speakers for this event will include members from Ecotech Institute’s Board of Directors and the CEO of RES Americas, Ms.…See More
May 9
Mike wright is now a member of A Greener Indiana
Apr 30
Mrs. Cara Dafforn posted a blog post


Herbaceous plants like Asparagus are nutrient dense and are an important part of permaculture. Crowns of the garden, These green spears are a hardy plant can be grown in Indiana with only one year of toiling in the soil and will rewarding for the long term. Taking 3 years for a significant harvest with a life span of two decades. Divided in the spring these plants are self seeders and need to be planted on a mound of earth fanning the fingers gently to maximize growth they should be planted 12…See More
Apr 30
Mrs. Cara Dafforn posted photos
Apr 30
Norman Miller is now a member of A Greener Indiana
Apr 25



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Live Feed From Sustainable Indiana 2016

Wind Farms in Indiana

CONGRATULATIONS INDIANA: Renewable energy is alive and well. As of Fall 2013, Indiana ranked as the thirteenth highest state in terms of installed wind power capacity (reported by the US Department of Energy).  In 2007 Indiana had no installed wind energy, ranking it behind 32 other states.  That is great progress is the last six years. As of 1/2/2013, 930 turbines produce 1,543.2 MW. These projects sell wind power to Indiana utilities or to buyers out-of-state. Some of the largest installations are: Fowler Ridge Wind Farm (BP) – Benton County Installed: 355 turbines; 600 MW Meadow Lake Wind Farm (Horizon Wind Energy) –...
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When The Wind Stops Blowing

Renewable energy generated from wind and solar sources does not produce CO2, so it does not  contribute to climate change.  But what happens when the wind stops blowing or the Sun is not shining?  Electric generating utilities can manage the predictable ups and downs from renewable energy sources, but rapid and unexpected changes cause major problems. Electricity grids require a continuous balance between energy supply and demand. Renewable generation, such as solar and wind is intermittent, and that is slowing their adoption into the grid systems. Altairnano Technologies, in Anderson, IN produces a battery based system to deal with the...
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Peaceful grounds

Some people look at a mass of wriggling earthworms and think ‘yuck’. Linda Profitt looks at these same earthworms and sees something beautiful. Linda is the Executive Director of the Global Peace Initiative. That organization works for peace in a variety of ways. Through numerous “Peace Gardens” throughout the area, they provide produce for neighborhood food pantries.  There are numerous volunteer opportunities where people learn about principles of sustainability. Peace Hikes offer a different approach to experiencing neighborhoods. Over the years, several thousand youth have had their awareness raised about food, farming and the need for sustainable practices. A few...
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Flushable Wipes

For more than 34 years, Brad Fix has been in charge of the Indiana Wastewater Treatment Plant and collection system in Shelbyville. He says the business has changed drastically in the last 10 years due to the growing number of “flushable” wipes and other personal hygiene products available on the market. Think before you flush The problem appears to start with the marketing and labeling of the many products available on store shelves. They advertise “flushable.” For many consumers, when they flush something down the drain, it is the “out of sight, out of mind” mentality. While the wipes do...
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Ecotech Institute is Again Offering “Introduction to Sustainability” as a Free Online Course to the Public

With more than 700 participants from around the world, Ecotech Institute’s first “massive online open course” (MOOC) was a tremendous success. The course kicked off last May through the Canvas…Continue

Tags: Sustainability, MOOC, Institute, Ecotech

Started by Molly Koch in random discussions here Jan 27.

Interested in starting a land based permaculture community?

I am interested in organizing a small group of people into a nonprofit community land trust that furthers the establishment of permaculture in central Indiana. I have knowledge and some direct…Continue

Started by Austin Roewe in environmental discussions Sep 4, 2013.

Ecotech Institute’s First Free Online Course, “Introduction to Sustainability,” Receives Positive Student Feedback

Ecotech Institute’s First Free Online Course, “Introduction to Sustainability,” Receives Positive Student Feedback Course Provided New Ways of Looking at Sustainability to U.S. and International…Continue

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Started by Molly Koch in random discussions here Aug 19, 2013.


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Radon Testing Indianapolis Mooresville Plainfield Avon Brownsburg Danville Indiana

Radon is a naturally occurring cancer causing, radioactive gas you can't see, smell or taste.…


Posted by MC2 Home Inspections LLC on June 23, 2014 at 2:00pm

Mold Inspections Mold Testing Indoor Air Quality Indianapolis Indiana

MC2 Home Inspections offers residential and third party mold testing for the entire Indianapolis Metro area. We are certified through the International Association of Certified Indoor Air Consultants (IAC2) as Indoor Air Quality Professionals. We use the very latest in mold testing equipment and techniques, and adhere to nationally recognized formal protocols for mold testing.

Depending on your situation, we will take direct samples of any visual mold via tape lift or if there is…


Posted by MC2 Home Inspections LLC on June 23, 2014 at 1:56pm

Summer of Survival

The free webinar "Summer of Survival" has inspired me to think about Summer emergency preparations.  Time and distance from any event will enable you to complete tasks to do in advance of impending chaos.  Planning prevents panic, so here is a list to help your hearth and home

Plug in  any Electric Generators

Charge Phones

Complete the Laundry

Bake the Eggs

Hydrate the House with Citrus Peel Water…


Posted by Mrs. Cara Dafforn on June 11, 2014 at 7:09am

science and technology feed from treehugger.com

Self-cooling solar cells have greater power output, last longer

Researchers have developed a new coating that lets solar cells cool themselves, which saves water, boosts performance and helps the technology to last longer.

Plants are talking and these sensors let us hear what they're saying

A new open-source sensor project taps into the electrochemical signals that plants send in response to the environment around them.

New Raspberry Pi Model B+ has upgrades, not more power

The Model B+ is an improvement on the Model B with some features that many people will be excited about.

Indiana was ranked amongst states as 49th on Environment. Let's all join together to make Indiana a better place to live.


Feed from Indiana Living Green Magazine

Who wants a lid, man?


Please update me about lids. I know that water bottles can be recycled
with lids on. What about other plastics that have a lid of a
different color? Is there anything I should know about jars that
have a metal lid? I [...]

Lose the drugs

A speaker at a recent event mentioned that you might know where we could dispose of prescription drugs. I have some expired medical patches and I just want to dispose of them properly. Any suggestions for me? I live in Carmel, Indiana, so any disposal sites in northern Indianapolis or in [...]

Plastic fantastic


The Good Earth used to have a recycling bin that accepted plastics 1-7.  They no longer do.  Where else can I take plastics other than 1 or 2?



There are a lot of good reasons to visit Good Earth in Broad Ripple and recycling is still one [...]

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Reface! Don't Replace!

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