Green Living

Creating Food Security through Urban Gardening

  Nicole Landers at Community Healing Gardens Women Changing the Landscape of Our Cities “Every patch of soil is an opportunity to grow food,” says Community Healing Gardens Co-Founder Nicole Landers. In the greater Los Angeles area, where the 365-day-a-year growing season means that there are abundant opportunities for everyone to be an [...]

By | October 30th, 2018|Green Living|0 Comments

Why Choose Reef Safe Sunscreens

Goddess Garden Team and Family loves the beach so they produce and advocate for reef safe sunscreen. Working for Reef Safe Sun Protection for People and the Planet In the long days of summer (as well as year-round), we want to enjoy the benefits of our time in the sun while protecting our [...]

By | June 5th, 2018|Green Living|0 Comments

Just Say No To Plastic Straws: Why Live a Straw-Free Life

Why #MarchAgainstStraws and Refuse a Plastic Straw Every day, 500 million plastic straws are used in the US alone. That number represents enough straws to wrap around the Earth 2.5 times. These straws take more than 200 years to decompose and are rarely recyclable. Plastic straws have become an epidemic that is littering our oceans, streets, [...]

By | April 15th, 2018|Green Living|0 Comments

Make Every Day Earth Day

Make Every Day Earth Day If you want to make every day Earth Day, follow this simple rule of thumb: Use Less of Everything.  Jettison the waste hidden in your daily routine.  This is great for your personality and for our planet. Use Less of Everything (And have more money for the things you love.) [...]

By | March 29th, 2015|Green Living|0 Comments

5 Green and Vegan Friendly Beers for St. Patrick’s Day

Celebrate St. Patrick's Day with 5 vegan friendly and "green" beers While green-colored beer is a St Patty’s Day novelty, a number of factors make a beer genuinely green in terms of the environment, including what is in the beer, how much water is used in its processing, the materials of the beer can or [...]

By | March 14th, 2015|Green Living|0 Comments

Sacred Partnerships: in Business and Society

When we consider a partnership related to sacred business, we can recognize that Americans collectively already have a lot of experience in sacred partnership. For example, we co-created over generations what we call the land of the free and the home of the brave. It isn’t by accident—and it isn’t perfect. We know that many [...]

By | January 30th, 2015|Green Living|0 Comments

Hemp History Week Making a Difference

Hemp History Week hosts hundreds of events nationwide to educate people on the benefits of industrial hemp and encourage a lift of the ban on the growth of this crop. Currently, federal policy prohibits US famers from growing hemp despite its growing popularity and market for a healthy food source, eco-friendly textiles, clothing, building materials, [...]

By | June 11th, 2014|Green Living|0 Comments

A Day Without Oil for Earth Day

The Ultimate Earth Day Celebration.  Ironically, it was on Earth Day, 2010, when the Deepwater Horizon exploded in the Gulf of Mexico, killing 11 men and spewing at least 4.9 million barrels of oil into the Gulf. This was a wake-up call for the Bike Power Community, which has been celebrating Earth Day as a [...]

By | April 2nd, 2014|Green Living|0 Comments

The Value of Saving Seeds

M.C. Byles didn't start out saving seeds. He went to work picking cotton when he was four years old. He didn't have an education; he didn't even attend third grade. Through wily inquisitiveness, he ended up as a truck mechanic at the base of a massive mountain in West Virginia where heavy-duty mining and logging [...]

By | May 31st, 2012|Green Living|2 Comments


By | December 1st, 2011|Green Living|0 Comments