Sunday, March 29, 2020

Preparing for a New Normal

As we all adjust to these rapid transitions, I wanted to let you know that you are not alone and there are even silver linings.  With the halt in industry and travel, CO2 emissions are down. Dolphins frolic in Italy. People are enjoying nature more. We've been forced to slow down.

Well, maybe after we learn how to navigate several new platforms, make dinner, and find new ways to live...  Take a deep breath.  Go outside.

In the next days and weeks, I'll be posting very easy and quick ways to live sustainably with little or no money. Some of this will be through repurposing materials, some will be gardening timelines and tips, some will be "mini vacations" around your neighborhood.  It's how I live.

So much of the American lifestyle generates waste at a systemic and institutional level.  The skills I will post here will help you live in a "closed loop", where nothing is wasted.  I hope you enjoy them.

Please leave a comment on what you'd like to learn, what you need.  Sign up for the email list so you know when I post.  There are many free resources at both sides of this page. Use them. Share them.  Learn a new recipe, an edible plant. Look to nature and how the earth solves problems and survives.

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Sunday, March 8, 2020

Food and Fun March 15th!

Do to several circumstances, we must cancel this event. If you are interested in learning more about our programs, email us at Thanks for your support!!!

Want to learn more about what we do while enjoying great local food?  Join us March 15th, 7-9 at B.Good on Thayer St.  20% of your food order goes to 15 Minute Field trips to support environmental programming for youth. (Vegan and gluten-free available.) We'll have information, displays, games, and a 15 Minute Field Trip!  Reserve your spot by March 12!!!!