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I am an artist who works with all ages and all materials. I regularly use recycled materials from the Bloomington Recycle Center's "Materials for the Arts Program". I create community interactive arts pieces as part of the annual Lotus World Music Festival in Bloomington. I am one of many who volunteer for the Lotus Arts and Education Foundation and am dedicated to making a difference in my community and the world
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Indiana Legislative ALERT, Part Two

Earlier this week I received the following question that was just TOO big to answer with one response.

Hi, Renee,

There’s a lot happening at the Statehouse during the 2015 General Assembly. What do we need to know as citizens who care about the environment?

Leslie

So here’s part two:

[...]

Indiana Legislative ALERT, Part One

Hi, Renee,

There’s a lot happening at the Statehouse during the 2015 General Assembly. What do we need to know as citizens who care about the environment?

Leslie

Hi Leslie,

To say there’s a lot happening at the Statehouse is an understatement. For those of us who care about the [...]

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Another response to a previous question regarding recycling frame glass [http://www.indianalivinggreen.com/through-a-glass-badly/]:

I am guilty of putting large pieces of glass into the recycling bin — they must have a way to deal with broken glass because with all the combining of trash. There’s no way glass doesn’t get broken in [...]

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