Archive for July, 2009

Taking yoga to the next level: Attachment

In search for “hot yoga” in my area, I stumbled upon Moshka Yoga, a discipline of the ancient art driven to attain enlightenment.

Recipe: Nutty Brown Rice Salad: Attachment

Highlighting garden fresh parsley, seasonal vegetables, heart healthy walnuts and whole grain brown rice, this salad is a perfect balance of taste and nutrition.

Mapping illicit drug use through water samples: Attachment

Researchers at Oregon State University have discovered patterns of illegal drug use using samples from untreated waste water.

Tees for Change: spreading the message in style: Attachment

Nothing says comfort like a casual tee-shirt, and when the tee has a message to spread, it gives it some edge. But when its combined with sustainable practices? It makes the item that much better.


Check out our review on Tees for Change here!

Goodbye Otesha, hello open road: Attachment

Since saying goodbye to my Otesha times in Regina, I’ve been to many places the last 2 weeks, met many awesome people, and clocked a lot of km’s!

New Balance launches eco-shoe collection: Attachment

Runner-driven sneaker company New Balance ( is on their way to adding an eco-driven collection of shoes to its outdoor line of durable, reliable footwear.

WSPA releases results of Humane Food Survey: Attachment

Our friends at World Society for the Protection of Animals recently announced the results of our Humane Food Survey ranking major US grocery stores by  quality and quantity of their humane food offerings. We wanted to spread the word about their results:

“Organic is a way of life”: Ahana Farm: Attachment

Ahana Organic Farm, the largest organic farm in India is the epitome of sustainability, with over 350 acres under cultivation. Growing paddy, wheat, sugarcane, barley, sesame seeds, mustard seeds, turmeric, ginger, lentils,

Ceram-Eco non-stick cookware from Starfrit: Attachment

We’ve all heard of the dangers of using Teflon for our non-stick frying – it’s been in the news for a few years with the facts still making their way into current reports.