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Spring Permaculture Design Course: What you can expect when… Taking Your PDC in Stelle

What you can expect when… Taking Your PDC in 

  These are the PDC Courses Hosted in Stelle - See our Schedule of all Trainings for Additional…

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Added by Ernest Rando on March 8, 2013 at 5:07pm — No Comments

2013 Internship in Permaculture & Community - Stelle, Illinois

A Cooperative Program Between Midwest Permaculture and Center for Sustainable Community

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Added by Ernest Rando on February 23, 2013 at 2:30pm — No Comments

Weekend Workdays @ Fresh Taste Aquaponics

So last weekend Megan and I had an awesome weekend full of activities. It started out with our usual trip to Stelle, Illinois (where we are moving to in June) where the first mission at hand was to put her new bees in their new home. 

After placing their bees in their new home we had a lovely dinner and evening with some soon to be neighbors in Stelle, followed by a wonderful sleep…

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Added by Ernest Rando on May 1, 2012 at 2:25pm — No Comments

Feed from Indiana Living Green Magazine

Waste not, want not

Hi there!

Last week the New York Times ran an article about composing food scraps, and how in Seattle they are literally shaming people for violating an ordinance mandating composting food.

It made me think about my own failure to compost.

First, composting (like other lifestyle decisions) is a family [...]

School of recycling

Hi Renee,

My daughter is a freshman at Carmel High School and brought home the school publication called the Hilite.  On the cover of the February 20, 2015 issue was the phrase “Green vs. gasoline.”  I was curious and read the article. I was surprised and saddened to learn that there [...]

Foam party

Renee,

When I get a to go cup from a restaurant and it is styrofoam I see it has the recycle logo on the bottom with a number like a 4 or 6. I always thought these weren’t recyclable. Are they now or am I just being misled?

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Dear [...]

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