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  • Zucchini nut cookies
    Bake cookies with the abundance of zucchini from your garden
    It's that time of year when you either have a garden overrun with zucchini, or your neighbors are sharing their bounty with anyone who will take it off their hands. Everyone is eating zucchini bread, zucchini muffins, zucchini casserole,...
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    When Us Saints Go Marching In (What If?)
    What if we were truly meant to be stewards of the planet we live on and that our true purpose was to be one with all of life? I know, what if?If it was something we eventually learned, it’s never too late, any age will do.Realizing the word...
  • Sustainable production creates success at Little River Farm
    Sustainable production techniques lead to success at Little River Farm
    How many young farmers met their financial goals their first year in farming? Bob Payne and Camille Abdel-Nabi started their 3-acre farm with solid training and experience in organic growing, lots of energy and a thorough business plan. Bob had an...
  • Tough new regulations to reduce methane leaks awaiting final approval
    Tough new regulations to reduce methane leaks awaiting final approval
    The Obama administration began the final stage for reviewing proposed regulations designed to cut methane leaks from oil and natural gas wells by between 40 and 45 percent. These long-awaited regulations will impact the fracking industry in...
  • 31 Wild foods to forage in July
    31 Wild foods to forage in July
    July is a fantastic time to forage for wild edible foods. Whether you're in the country or the city, there are wild foods all over that are tasty and nutritious.This is a good month for wild fruits, such as black raspberries and wild plums....
  • Fireworks in Daytona Beach
    Five things to think about before you set off fireworks
    Fireworks aren't always fun and games for everyone.Flashes and streaks of color light up the night sky in dazzling patterns, accompanied by pops, whistles, and similarly rambunctious sounds. Nothing says “celebration” quite like a...
  • A kangaroo created entirely with Lego blocks on display in Australia
    Lego plans to turn green; change method of creating it's famous bricks
    Lego, a now famous Danish company has decided to go green. Not it's blocks but possibly the entire process of creating them.In an article on ZME Science dated July 3, 2015, company press officer Roar Trangbaek confirmed that Lego would become...
  • Latest CSX and BNSF derailment explosions downplay pipeline oil spills
    Latest CSX and BNSF derailment explosions downplay pipeline oil spills
    A Fortune article on Bakken and oilsands crude oil rail transport Thursday weighs the risks and costs of increasingly frequent derailments and oil spills. According to the article, over 4 million liters of crude oil were spilled by American...
  • The last drop
    Property rights and water wars
    EQUALITY OF RIGHTSWith California facing one of the most severe droughts on record, Governor Brown declared a drought State of Emergency in January and directed state officials to take all necessary actions to prepare for water shortages - except...
  • Canned Foods and BPA
    Do the canned foods you buy have BPA?
    By now, most of us have heard the term “BPA-free.”But what is BPA exactly? BPA stands for bisphenol A, which is an industrial chemical that has been used in the production of some plastics and resins since the 1960s. It is found in...
  • O'Malley voices strong support for renewable fuel production
    O’Malley criticizes President’s renewable fuel proposal
    Presidential candidate Martin O’Malley began a three-day Iowa campaign tour on Thursday visiting an ethanol plant south of Council Bluffs, where he strongly supported ethanol fuel producers, the Des Moines Register reported. Before several...
  • Twenty-five ways to afford organic foods on a budget
    Twenty-five ways to afford organic foods on a budget
    Organic foods do often come with a higher price tag, but there are many ways you can dramatically lower the cost.Our family of seven eats mostly organic, non-GMO and natural foods, and we spend less than most smaller families do on conventional...
  • Look for this sign at The Gathering Place Warehouse Sale, July 11–12
    Fine Furniture at Extraordinary Prices: The Gathering Place Warehouse Sale
    Some of Northeast Ohio’s finest gently used furniture will be available at The Gathering Place Warehouse Home Furnishings Sale:Saturday, July 11, 9 A.M.–2 P.M.Sunday, July 12, 10 A.M.–1 P.M.This Spectacular Summer Sale features...
  • Highlights from the Summer Fancy Food Show this week in New York
    Highlights from the Summer Fancy Food Show this week in New York
    It’s not easy to grab attention at the Summer Fancy Food Show. Nearly 2,500 exhibitors from 80 countries showcase 180,000 distinct products over three days in New York City in late June: the Show is an assault on all senses.Every year, this...
  • Supreme Court blocks EPA mercury rule with surreal overestimated tech costs
    Supreme Court blocks EPA mercury rule with surreal overestimated tech costs
    According to a Forbes article written today by Public Utilities Fortnightly Magazine Editor-In-Chief, Ken Silverstein, Monday's Supreme Court decision in favor of 23 states that challenged the EPA Mercury and Air Toxics Standards (MATS) for...
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