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Ready Set Green: 8 weeks to Eco-Modern Living

Sharing the cliff notes of book by Graham Hill & Meaghan O'Neill www.treehugger.com Simple steps for this weekend 1. Trade your tissu…

Started by Mrs. Cara Dafforn

1 Feb 27, 2009
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$0.20/sq.ft Raised Bed Construction

The Noble Foundation, researched and demonstrated the benefits of using permanent raised beds in both home and hobby gardening. There searc…

Started by Mrs. Cara Dafforn

0 Feb 23, 2009

More Greenback

The Financial Peace Foundation program was established with the small to medium size nonprofit organization in mind. There is always the ch…

Started by Mrs. Cara Dafforn

0 Feb 19, 2009

Federal Funding for Community Food Projects

The USDA's Community Food Projects (CFP) Competitive Grants Program provides the major funding source for community-based food and agricult…

Started by Mrs. Cara Dafforn

0 Feb 11, 2009

10 Steps to Simple

This discussion is rooted in the thoughts and ideas of the Simple Living Network found here http://www.simpleliving.net but personalized fr…

Started by Mrs. Cara Dafforn

0 Jan 30, 2009

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Green power!

Hi Renee,

What do you think of IPL’s Green Power Option and non-local programs like PearEnergy as tools to reduce the use of fossil fuels?

Thank you,

Tom

Hi Tom,

Before I dive into a long-winded answer to your question, in short, I like the Green Power Option and other [...]

Make like a tree …

Renee

While walking in the neighborhood after weeding yesterday, an Ask Renee question came to mind: Upon moving to Indy from the east coast, I was surprised to see leaves on the curb in plastic bags.  Neighbors assured me that as long as the leaves are put on the curb [...]

Public Greens to open in November

A whole new kind of restaurant is about to hit the Monon in Broad Ripple in what has been, until a few months ago, a squatter-occupied empty building owned by the Indy Parks Department. Patachou Inc. founder Martha Hoover, whose company also operates Napolese, Petite Chou, and of [...]

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