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Preserving History Can Be ‘Green’

Preserving History Can Be ‘Green’  ~ Samantha Lewis ‘The greenest building is the one that isn’t built yet’. This is an old saying, yet not exactly a true one. When people think about history – the historic buildings that were constructed far before LED lighting, geothermal heating and cooling units, etc., were even invented – […]

The Greening of the Planet Through Social Media

  by Carmen Schwartz No matter what the subject we discuss, or the century we discuss it in, humanity still strives to find a way to lessen the problems they see all around them. They want a greener world; they want to save nature, find projects that will increase energy and move away from oil […]

Our Good Health & Nature – It’s a Two-Way Street!

Our Good Health & Nature – It’s a Two-Way Street!   In this day and age, more and more people are suffering from a variety of illnesses that stem completely from anxiety issues. More and more heart attacks, strokes, black outs, etc., that are related to tension and stress, are being reported by the medical […]

Salad-Soil-Simplicity

  As early in the spring as possible, let’s say within a few days of the last possible frost, one should begin to plant as many kinds of lettuce and greens as possible. I usually throw in some seeds into close proximity to one another at 3-4 day intervals so that the greens are coming […]

Redesigning Cities For The 22nd Century

    In 2007, for the first time in the history of the world, the numbers of people living in cities began to exceed those living in the countryside. As we live longer, we reduce birth rate. Most people move beyond child-bearing years and the median age of the population will increase substantially as well. […]

Advanced Disposal NOW COLLECTS 25 RECYCLABLE Items

Advanced Disposal NOW COLLECTS 25 RECYCLABLE Items FROM St. AUGUSTINE BEACH RESIDENTS   Expanded List and Second Recyclable Bin Available to All Households with Goal of Increasing Recycling by 30 Percent in 2012   Advanced Disposal Services, Inc., a regional integrated environmental services company, along with the City of St. Augustine Beach, announced their joint […]

Green Tip: Household Waste Makes Great Oranic Fertilizer

Think about the last time you went on a hike to some picturesque lake or mountain. No matter where it was, you probably saw at least one piece of trash lying around. The trash certainly didn’t add to your experience; it was probably gross and out of place. The problem is that it’s hard to […]