A Greener Indiana

Everybody can do something to make a greener Indiana

Steve Bonney's Groups (5)

  • Valley Watch

    30 members Latest Activity: Apr 19, 2010

    An all volunteer citizen group whose purpose is to protect the public health and environment of the lower Ohio River Valley

  • Simple Living Group of Indianapolis

    22 members Latest Activity: Jan 28, 2013

    We gather at or near the turn of seasons. Topics covered were energy conservation, environmental sustainability, food security, gardening,…

  • Greener Construction Techniques

    53 members Latest Activity: Feb 7 It is interesting that the construction of houses has remained largely unchanged over the years. In this group the purpose is to discuss some of the…

  • Urban Farming/Gardening Project

    49 members Latest Activity: Feb 7

    There is a great need to develop more sustainable communityfarming/ gardening practices within urban areas to feed the most needy. In this group…

  • Home Power

    49 members Latest Activity: Jun 6, 2012 The people in Indiana are incredibly inventive. Lets talk about what people are doing. I hope people can contribute some good examples of what…

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Renee’s mission statement

(EDITOR’S NOTE: The essay below is part of an ongoing literary project sponsored by Sustainable Indiana 2016. In short, the group has collected “so many stories of Hoosiers taking a more sustainable path that we can literally write the book on how green living in Indiana is taking off.” See [...]

Sunscreen

Renee,

I really need to clean out my bathroom cabinets, but what should I do with old bottles of sunscreen, lotions, nail polish and various aerosol hair products?

Thanks!

Dee

Hi Dee,

The first day of summer was June 21 — sorry I’m a little late to help with your [...]

A clarification

Whoa, readers! There seems to be some confusion over a recent “Ask Renee” that I’d like to clarify immediately. A reader named Ginger asked me if Ray’s and Republic are picking through the TRASH to pull out recyclables. My answer says that no, they are not picking through the [...]

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