Monthly Archives: September 2015

Encouraging Biodiversity

Can I do something locally to demonstrate easy ways to promote Biodiversity? Simple steps can make our yards a welcome place for our children, pets and wildlife. Find out what kind of trees were native to your area before the … Continue reading

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Industrial Country Market-So Much To See, So Little Time

Dan Bretch, Owner / Operator / Do-er of this extraordinary facility. He explained to us that he has a family business with a retail store, educational facility and garden center that is 100% off the grid.  If you missed our … Continue reading

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Say Yes to Sustainable Living

  The ProblemsDroughts are far reaching in areas of the globe including California, Texas, and the western states of the United States, Russia and in Kenya and other parts of Africa.   The worlds climate is changing and disrupting life-sustaining … Continue reading

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Solar, Rain and Recycle

A Full Commitment to Sustainable Living We had a successful meetup at the Purple Gate Herb Farm, August 29, about our Solar Installation. All participants were very interested in Sustainable information. Catherine and I asked if anyone was interested in … Continue reading

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