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Added by A Greener Indiana on March 19, 2012 at 6:26pm — No Comments

Help Set aside land around the Grand Canyon - Easy action is required

The Grand Canyon is a HUGE tourist attraction that is responsible for 12,000 jobs and draws people from around the world.  Chuck Deppert with the PEW foundation is working to nudge the Federal Government to set aside 1 million acres adjoining the Grand Canyon.




Added by A Greener Indiana on April 27, 2011 at 4:00pm — No Comments

Upper Maumee Watershed group may form in Fort Wayne, Indiana.

On September 22, 2009 we attended the Upper Maumee Watershed Informational meeting. Check out their website at www.UpperMaumeeWatershed.com

Jason Roehrig and Abigail Frost spoke about some of the problems and solutions associated with the Upper Maumee Watershed.

They are in the process of starting a watershed group so they can develop a watershed management plan and ultimately… Continue

Added by A Greener Indiana on September 22, 2009 at 7:33pm — No Comments

Reams of data, 1 conclusion for Indiana: At the bottom. =(

Indiana ranks near bottom in environmental issues

Reams of data, 1 conclusion for Indiana: At the bottom

By Mark Alesia, Heather Gillers and Tim Evans


A colorful mural at the state agency in charge of protecting Indiana's environment depicts images of serene nature alongside productive industry. It is an ideal green vision.

Yet on Earth Day, celebrated today in Indianapolis and around the world, experts say Indiana… Continue

Added by A Greener Indiana on April 23, 2009 at 1:00am — No Comments

Indiana becomes the fastest growing state in Wind Energy!

Welcome to the first ever Indiana Wind Energy Week! In the last eighteen months, we have begun to embrace our full wind potential. In 2007 we did not produce any electricity from wind resources. In 2008 the Horizon Benton County Wind Farm, Indiana’s first commercial-scale wind farm, produced more than 130 megawatts (MW's) of home-grown renewable electricity. And we are projected to produce 836 MWs of wind-generated power, from four separate Hoosier Wind Farms, in 2009!! This astonishing growth… Continue

Added by A Greener Indiana on April 16, 2009 at 10:52pm — 1 Comment

Green Expo 2009 presented by WNIT Public Television: Educators, Presenters, and Sponsors welcome!

Green Expo 2009 presented by WNIT Public Television: Educators, Presenters, and Sponsors welcome!

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Added by A Greener Indiana on April 10, 2009 at 2:00pm — No Comments

Complete 2009 Green Bill Breakdown: Only Have Until Thursday to get Bills heard by Committee!

CONGRATULATIONS! This has been one of the largest and most successful legislation year for Green Initiatives and Bills in Indiana’s history!

We are currently nearing the end of the Legislation Period in which you are able to get a Bill heard by their respective Committee and move the Bill forward to the Senate, House, and Governor. WE ONLY HAVE UNTIL THURSDAY! Urgent and sincere responses are needed!

The 2… Continue

Added by A Greener Indiana on April 7, 2009 at 12:00pm — No Comments

NYE @ The Hog Barn!

“Another fresh new year is here . . .

Another year to live!

To banish worry, doubt, and fear,

To love and laugh and give!

This bright new year is given me

To live each day with zest . . .

To daily grow and try to be

My highest and my best!

I have the opportunity

Once more to right some wrongs,

To pray for peace, to plant a tree,

And sing more joyful songs!”

A Greener Indiana and Three Heads Company boogied down… Continue

Added by A Greener Indiana on January 3, 2009 at 8:38pm — 2 Comments

The 2009 House Commerce, Energy, Technology and Utilities Committee Roster

The Committee rosters for the Indiana House of Representatives were released today. The 2009 House Committee that we expect will hear renewable energy legislation is as follows:

House Commerce, Energy, Technology and Utilities Committee Members

Rep. Win Moses, Chair, HD 81 (D-Fort Wayne)

Rep. Matt Pierce, Vice Chair, HD 61 (D-Bloomington)

Rep. Kreg Battles, HD 64 (D-Vincennes)

Rep. Sandy Blanton, HD 62 (D-Orleans)

Rep. Ryan Dvorak, HD 8 (D-South… Continue

Added by A Greener Indiana on December 10, 2008 at 6:32pm — No Comments

12 Tips for Social Ventures and Nonprofits

Social Networking Is Investment in the Future

By Joanne Fritz,

Sites such as MySpace and FaceBook could be a nonprofit's dream market - millions of users engaging in activities and all interconnected.

But just setting up shop and collecting "friends" will not necessarily result in donors and supporters. Sarah DiJulio and Marc Ruben co-authored a chapter in the book, People to People Fundraising: Social Networking and Web 2.0 for Charities,, Wiley, 2007. They provide… Continue

Added by A Greener Indiana on October 28, 2008 at 1:14pm — 1 Comment

Clean Energy Score Card for Indiana & Elected Officials.

http://capwiz. com/lcv/dbq/ vote_info/ ?command= results&sort=Last&state=IN&submit.x=14&submit.y=15

Congressional Directory • President • Agencies

Vote Scorecard: 110th, 2nd session Search Results

Scores for Indiana Sorted by Last Name


Senator State 110th, 2nd session Score

Evan Bayh (DEM) IN 82%

Richard Lugar (REP) IN 18%


Representative District 110th, 2nd session… Continue

Added by A Greener Indiana on October 17, 2008 at 2:30pm — No Comments

Feed from Indiana Living Green Magazine

Too good to be true?


I have had CREDO cell service for several years, and have utmost confidence in their integrity.

Still, what they’re offering is so TOO GOOD TO BE TRUE that I feel I should verify the info locally before taking this action: they’ve sent me and email with “an opportunity to [...]

Cap this

Hi, Renee!

In December you mentioned only recycling bottle caps attached to their bottles.  I wanted to bring to your attention the “Bottle Caps for Benches” initiative.  IUPUI partnered with the 2015 NCAA Men’s Final Four Sustainability Committee to collect plastic bottle caps of any kind that would be made [...]

Drop the box

Hello Renee,

We have a small business in Noblesville, Indiana and would like to recycle our cardboard. Is there a place where you can take your cardboard for recycling instead of having it picked up?

Thank you.


Hello Shelly!

Your county, city or town web site is always a [...]

Reface Don't Replace

Refacing is greener than replacing - ecocountertopsusa.com

Reface! Don't Replace!

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