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Jo Ellen Meyers Sharp's Blog – December 2010 Archive (4)

Free subscription to Indiana Gardening magazine

Beginning in January 2011, Indiana Gardening magazine will arrive on newsstands and subscribers’ mailboxes. Finally, a gardening magazine just for those of us who garden in Hoosier soil.

Most of the four-color glossy magazine is written by Indiana writers, too, including Carol Michel of …

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Added by Jo Ellen Meyers Sharp on December 19, 2010 at 8:46am — No Comments

Acres USA to meet in Indy for latest in sustainable agriculture

The annual Acres U.S.A. Conference will be in Indianapolis Dec. 9 through 11, 2010.

The Acres U.S.A. Conference is the premier event nationwide for

advanced, commercial-scale sustainable and organic agriculture.…



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Added by Jo Ellen Meyers Sharp on December 3, 2010 at 9:32am — No Comments

State's utilities must change their tree trimming practices

The Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission issued new rules and regulations on Nov. 30, 2010, regarding how utility companies trim trees on private property. Here's the release and a link to the…
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Added by Jo Ellen Meyers Sharp on December 1, 2010 at 11:00am — 1 Comment

Feed from Indiana Living Green Magazine

An open letter on Covanta

EDITOR’S NOTE: Renee takes a break from answering your questions — and offers the following:

Dear Editor, Mayor Ballard, Board of Public Works, and readers,

On Tuesday, I made brief remarks regarding the pending recycling proposal by Covanta for the City of Indianapolis. My remarks were brief because, after a [...]

Tanks a lot

Hi Renee, I just emptied a small 16.4 oz propane tank that you use with your camp stove. Can those be recycled? I’m finding very conflicting information online. Thanks!

Stacie

Howdy Camper!

You may be finding conflicting information because propane tanks are made from a very recyclable material (steel), but they can be [...]

Who wants a lid, man?

Renee,

Please update me about lids. I know that water bottles can be recycled
with lids on. What about other plastics that have a lid of a
different color? Is there anything I should know about jars that
have a metal lid? I [...]

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