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November 2009 Blog Posts (12)

INFORMATIONAL: Lessons in Masonry Heaters 1

Since the 10th century, homes throughout Europe used wood as their predominant heat source. However, by the 15th century, wood shortages began to develop as a result of widespread demand for building and heating. In response, European governments increased their conservation efforts, nevertheless for the next 200 years they made little impact. It wasn’t until the 18th century, kings in Prussia, Sweden, Norway and Denmark ordered their craftsman and architects to create better wood stove… Continue

Added by GREENHEAT Solutions on November 30, 2009 at 3:49pm — 4 Comments

Ready to buy your Christmas tree? Here are tips from the Hoosier Gardener

If you are going to buy a fresh cut or live tree for the holidays, the Hoosier Gardener (aka Jo Ellen Meyers Sharp) scoured several resources to offer everything you need to know about the selection and care of your tree, including where to find Indiana Christmas tree… Continue

Added by Jo Ellen Meyers Sharp on November 29, 2009 at 8:30am — No Comments

A Brighter Idea

Last week's coal report from the IEA reported coal production at about 21 million short tons. When you consider we do this every week there is no way you can deny that we need to put the skids on the fossil fuels we are burning.



LED lights have come a long way recently,

I put two and three watt LED's in my house inside and filled the outside fixtures with 6&8 watt LED's. The energy reduction for our house is at about 400 kWh per month. My wife and I were astounded, so doing… Continue

Added by Dave Terpstra on November 27, 2009 at 2:37pm — No Comments

Tales of a roadside garbage picker

There is a one mile stretch of very country road that I have adopted and clean up. It all started with a community group that wanted to clean up a couple hundred acres of forest that was being used as a dumping ground. It is a good walk and gives me time to think about stuff like garbage. What is thrown from car windows is a very interesting commentary on people. This is a very isolated stretch of road and one mile long. IF you are wondering where it is, just look at the sides of the road when… Continue

Added by Dave Terpstra on November 27, 2009 at 10:30am — 1 Comment

Please WRITE the Upper Maumee Watershed Group - tell them how you feel. Help us speak for your rivers, for your rivers have no voice.

Save Maumee Grassroots Organization

www.savemaumee.org

1901 Niagara Dr

Fort Wayne, IN 46805

(260) 417-2500

savemaumee@yahoo.com





Help Us to Speak for Your Rivers…For Your Rivers Have No Voice....







Dear Save Maumee Supporters,







I have accepted a nomination for the Upper Maumee Watershed Management Group Chair Committee as Treasurer on November 19, 2009. In this position I… Continue

Added by Abigail King (Frost-King) on November 25, 2009 at 2:30pm — 3 Comments

Let's talk Turkey

Thank you for creating a greener Indiana I am grateful, glad and full of love in my heart for your efforts. As a token of appreciation, here is a documentation of thawing, brining, roasting and resting a turkey so you can plan ahead and use these 4 simple steps to a succulent entree to celebrate the harvest. Happy Thanksgiving!



Step 1: Defrost or Thaw (24 hours)

Wash the bird in cold water and place in cooler for defrosting. It'll need about five hours per pound, so a 15-pound… Continue

Added by Mrs. Cara Dafforn on November 22, 2009 at 8:00am — No Comments

Hang em' and Hang them with Pride

I was going to title it hang em' and hang them high... but that didn't seem appropriate. Good grief NHAs get in the loop and re-look over, re-do your covenants. We haven't had any problems with hanging out laundry, yet, but we live in a part of town that is less restrictive, except for the old ladies(old thinking) running the NA do patrol, and do not like our "weeeeds"(actually wildflowers and other native plantings that screen our hanging laundry)

People, if you don't like your towels… Continue

Added by Ellen on November 19, 2009 at 10:30am — No Comments

ACE Coming to IN High Schools

About ACE (Alliance for Climate Education):



At ACE, we are working to educate, inspire, and empower high school students in the fight against global warming because we believe young adults can have a substantial and near-term positive impact on the climate crisis.



ACE is the leading organization in the US to visit high schools to deliver live, multi-media presentations to educate and engage youth with science-based climate education as well as encourage students to take… Continue

Added by Samantha McKelvie on November 13, 2009 at 1:30pm — No Comments

Green Table Scaping

Prepare yourself for guests galore to celebrate the season. Create a festive table to set the stage for your gatherings. Change your thinking and lead the thought revolution by picking a theme based upon what you already own. Then try these new green techniques for a fresh approach to the holidays.



Edible Centerpieces

Create a simple centerpiece with a bowl of apples Loaves of home baked bread and wheat stalks make a beautiful edible centerpiece. For a clever and edible… Continue

Added by Mrs. Cara Dafforn on November 9, 2009 at 9:00am — 1 Comment

Who Am I?

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Added by Pamela Pearson on November 9, 2009 at 5:30am — No Comments

Garden, nature events for Nov. 2009 posted

HortusScope, an e-bulletin for the Central Indiana gardening community, is published the first of every month as a public service by Wendy Ford. The November 2009 issue has been posted at the Hoosier Gardener.

Added by Jo Ellen Meyers Sharp on November 1, 2009 at 8:42pm — No Comments

Indiana Living Green offers sustainable gift guide for green holidays

From garden tools and silk scarves to soy-based candles and rain barrels, Indiana Living Green’s November/December 2009 issue offers 14 sustainable gift ideas for green holidays. Six are Indiana-made items and all are available at Indiana retailers. Also in the issue: a look at independent meat markets and the niche they fill; Indiana getaways, from shore to shore; pancakes with locally… Continue

Added by Jo Ellen Meyers Sharp on November 1, 2009 at 10:28am — No Comments

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