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Video: Vandana Shiva: The Future of Food

October 10th, 2009 · No Comments

These videos (courtesy of Cooking Up A Story) are part of an interview held with Vadana Shiva.
It was inspiring to me so I decided to republish it here with all three videos:
Cooking Up A Story: Food News
This 3-part series of interviews with Dr. Vandana Shiva about the future of food is one of the most [...]

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Tags: Go Green · Medicinal · Organic Gardening Techniques · Seeds · Trees · Vegetables · Video

Top Ten Reasons To Use Native Plants In Your Landscape and More…

September 7th, 2009 · 13 Comments

Using Native Plants in your landscape is a win-win for you and the environment.  Here are the top ten reasons to use native plants in your landscape:

Once Established, Native Plants Require Little Care and Maintenance
Native Plants Save Money on Landscaping Cost
Native Plants Are Pest and Disease Resistant
Once Established, Native Plants Require No Watering
Once Established, Native [...]

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Tags: Flowers · Go Green · Long Island · Medicinal · Organic Gardening Techniques · Seeds · Shrubs · Trees · Vegetables

Long Island Organic Landscapers List

August 22nd, 2009 · No Comments

Pesticides and Herbicides are poison, plain and simple.  They were created to help us manage pests such as harmful insects, arachnids, rodents and weeds.
Unfortunately, whatever is lethal to a pest or a weed will usually cause illness in human adults and even more severe symptoms in children and pets. They are poison for our families [...]

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Tags: Go Green · Insects · Long Island · Organic Gardening Techniques

Stop Getting Phone Books, its 2009.

March 10th, 2009 · 1 Comment

Paper Comanies + Clear Cutting + Phonebooks = Deforestation & Inhumane Forestry Practice
I look out my window about 4 times a year to see large yellow pages books in plastic bags thrown onto my lawn.  I just let them sit there for about, ohhh, two months or so to see what will happen.  They get [...]

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Tags: Go Green · Trees