Archive for June, 2011

Happy Canada Day and 4th of July!: Attachment

To the majority of our readers, it is a holiday weekend, one that celebrates the birth of Canada on July 1st, and the the adoption of the Declaration of Independence on the 4th.

Tips for greener laundry: Attachment

Laundry. We don’t really love it… but we have to do it. Each day, we use clothing, towels, bedding… and, inevitably, we have to clean it. But how can we do this in the greenest way possible?

Raw for Dessert: Easy Delights for Everyone: Attachment

We recently reviewed Raw Food Made Easy For 1 or 2 People by Jennifer Cornbleet, loving every morsel of her straight-forward, delicious and simple approach to the raw vegan diet. But her follow-up, Raw for Dessert: Easy Delights for Everyone, takes the cake.

Attracting backyard wildlife: Attachment

Take a look outside the windows into the backyard. If all you see is a manicured lawn, growing garden, and well-kept foliage, you’re missing out on one key thing: wildlife.

Sustainable Photo Contest: Attachment

Do you take great photos, featuring sustainability? And, of course, are you interested in winning a six-day eco-inspired trip to Guatamala? Then keep reading.

The Dirty Dozen: what to buy organic: Attachment

The Dirty Dozen. Sounds appetizing, doesn’t it? We hear that we should buy organic. Then it doesn’t matter. Then a new study shows something, well, new. What should we believe?

Try a twist on the classic broccoli salad: Attachment

As summer nears, we start gravitating outdoors to enjoy our meals while taking advantage of the warmer weather.

The green home shopping list: Attachment

Looking to make your home a little greener? Look no further than a few average items to add to your shopping list!

Does biodegradable mean that much better?: Attachment

We look to purchase biodegradable products because they are better for the environment, right? Well, maybe not. New research shows that they might not be as green as we think.

Consious eating (a must-do): Attachment

Working at a local market, selling local fruit and gifts with a smile… ah yes, memories from about six summers ago. It was here I learned more about fresh food then ever before.