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Jetson Green
3/22/2017

Bus Converted Into a Cozy Full-Time Mobile Home
While the idea of living mortgage-free and downsizing might not quite be mainstream yet, it has been getting more and more recognition and acceptance as a way of living. Will Hitchcock and Alyssa Pelletier of Outside Found represent a great example
Grants.gov
3/24/2017

Funding Opportunity ID: 292678 Opportunity Number: NPS-DOIP17AC00216 Opportunity Title: Conservation Interns for Kennel projects in Denali National Park and Preserve.Opportunity Category: DiscretionaryOpportunity Category Explanation: Funding Inst

In order to reduce waste sent to landfill, NC State University already composts uneaten food, compostable packaging and even paper towels. So why not cotton, too? That’s the question that textile […] The post Students Compost Cotton Waste From
mLive.com
3/20/2017

Sewage spill reported at city of Ann Arbor s compost property
Waste360
3/20/2017

How San Jose, Calif., Tackled Cleanup Duties in Flood-Ravaged Neighborhoods
During what was the rainiest winter in two decades for Silicon Valley, a massive water surge from the largest reservoir in Santa Clara County poured into Coyote Creek on Feb. 21, 2017, flooding three significant areas of the city of San Jose, Calif.

White House forgets to read the article, shares parody lampooning its cruel budget
The article concluded, “RAW POWER! HARD RAW POWER GRRRRRR HISSS POW!”White House press secretary Sean Spicer, right, give the podium to Budget Director Mick Mulvaney during daily press briefing at the White House in Washington, Thursday, March 16, 2
Waste360
3/17/2017

It is true that I have rarely agreed about anything with the giant solid waste company Waste Management Inc. On one issue, though, they have for many years articulated a challenge that most of us agree with: the financial difficulties imposed when l
Star
3/17/2017

Who are Toronto council’s biggest and lowest spenders?
A nearly $7,000 return trip to Hong Kong, $1,300 worth of gingerbread cookies and almost $5,000 for a video produced with factual errors on a road tolls plan that was quickly kiboshed are just some of the ways council members spent taxpayer money in

Eco-Friendly Gardening Ideas By Diana Smith Gardening is a lovely hobby to have, not to mention that a perfectly kept garden can add value to your property. It is also said that gardening reduces anxiety and stress. Moreover, you can grow your own h

This semester, ATO of Massachusetts GreEco-Reps Grace Aro, A17, and Matt Stewart, A19, initiated the chapter’s first semester-long environmental challenge. Members are encouraged to incorporate environmentally friendly habits into their daily 



How San Jose, Calif., Tackled Cleanup Duties in Flood-Ravaged Neighborhoods

How San Jose, Calif., Tackled Cleanup Duties in


White House forgets to read the article, shares parody lampooning its cruel budget

White House forgets to read the article, shares


Who are Toronto council’s biggest and lowest spenders?

Who are Toronto council’s biggest and lowest


Bus Converted Into a Cozy Full-Time Mobile Home

Bus Converted Into a Cozy Full-Time Mobile Home


Knowledge matters and it empowers

Knowledge matters and it empowers




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