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Maine’s Artas Designs takes used materials like reclaimed wood, and turns them into design studio quality furnishings for a variety of commercial clients.
These five social media campaigns, complete with hashtags, focus on building awareness of food waste, hunger, & ideas for reusing edible leftovers.
What is the best way to deal with green waste? Burning? Composting? Recycling? May be the best answer is creating less of it?
Massachusetts & Seattle will join the handful of municipalities & states requiring composting to save landfill space & reduce methane emissions.
Where do urban homesteaders live? Where are they gathering? Using the Gallup Wellbeing Index as a jumping off point, here are the top five cities for happy homesteading.
Members of the community at the University of Massachusetts – Amherst took a step beyond the normal organic kitchen garden on campus, and created (and filmed) a permaculture garden.
Recycling does create energy savings overall, but if you watch those big trucks rolling through your neighborhood on pick-up day, you probably realize that there may be even more efficient [ … ]
How do elected officials attempt to ensure transparency these days (or, at least, the appearance of transparency)? By posting information online… we saw yet another example of this just in [ … ]
[social_buttons]There’s gold in them thar hills! But to mine it you first must find it, and a revamped website now provides an extremely easy way to do just that. While [ … ]
Someday, the Cape Wind story will become a major Hollywood blockbuster. Or at least a two-part television miniseries starring Ed Begley Jr. On the Discovery Channel. The effort to build [ … ]
Mark the date. Planners and volunteers met yesterday to brainstorm for this year’s annual Boston GreenFest, a celebration and education of all things environmental. The fair at City Hall Plaza, [ … ]
2008 was a banner year for sustainablog, and we want to end it as strongly as we started. So, for the next twelve days, I’ll take a look back at [ … ]