Friday Links Around the Web (9/4/20)

It’s September! Fall is in the air, but did this summer seem especially hot to you? You’re not wrong. This was Concord’s hottest summer in over 100 years. Meanwhile July 2020 was tie-breaking for the hottest July in the northern hemisphere. Fast fashion negatively affects the planet. Clothes are cheap so people buy trendy andContinue reading “Friday Links Around the Web (9/4/20)”

Think you’re making good climate choices? Take this NY Times Quiz to find out!

Want to cut down on your carbon footprint, but not sure the best way to proceed? Wondering whether you should go vegetarian or switch to a hybrid… it turns out a lot of us (me included) have misconceptions about which of our behaviors are the most carbon intensive. Take this New York Times quiz toContinue reading “Think you’re making good climate choices? Take this NY Times Quiz to find out!”

Three of District 2’s Democratic EC Candidates Talk About the Environment

With the primary less than one week away, GreenLifeNH asked the Executive Council candidates to share their plans for addressing environmental issues. Here are three of their answers. Remember – voting is a free and easy way to protect the Earth and fight climate change. Our home needs to be at the forefront of ourContinue reading “Three of District 2’s Democratic EC Candidates Talk About the Environment”

It’s time to start your 2021 vegetable or pollinator garden!!!

With fall just around the corner, it’s time to start thinking about your 2021 garden/s. Why now? Why not in the Spring? Because the soil will be frozen in the Spring, if not covered in snow. Planning and creating your 2021 garden bed/s now will make it so much easier to get planting in theContinue reading “It’s time to start your 2021 vegetable or pollinator garden!!!”

Friday Links Around the Web (8/28/20)

Happy last Friday in August! While we did have a good amount of rain this week, NH is still experiencing a drought. Some towns are implementing water restrictions , while other areas aren’t being as careful We’ve mentioned the correlation between our diets and climate change. CNN offers some advice Your vote matters! Each administrationContinue reading “Friday Links Around the Web (8/28/20)”

Products We Use: Cast Iron Cookware

As an environmentalist, I always ask myself the following questions when I choose to buy something, especially when I am buying something brand new from a store (which doesn’t happen often): What is this product made of? Is it made from natural, renewable material? Is this product made of materials that won’t harm my familyContinue reading “Products We Use: Cast Iron Cookware”

District 15’s Democratic Senate Candidates Talk About the Environment

With the primary less than two weeks away, GreenLifeNH asked the candidates to share their plans for addressing environmental issues. Here are their answers. Remember – voting is a free and easy way to protect the Earth and fight climate change. Our home needs to be at the forefront of our minds as we headContinue reading “District 15’s Democratic Senate Candidates Talk About the Environment”

Five Questions with Bret Ingold from Warner Public Market

Visiting Warner Public Market in Warner, is like going back in time. Locally grown food, locally made crafts and goods, and neighbors with friendly smiles greet you inside. Nestled in the heart of downtown Warner, the market has quickly become an important part of the idyllic town, which is easily found right off exit 9Continue reading “Five Questions with Bret Ingold from Warner Public Market”

Happening Now: California Wildfires

Fires occur naturally and California’s ecosystems have evolved with (and benefited from) this natural process for millennia. However, as we learned here, these fires are getting increasingly larger, more dangerous and harder to control due to climate change. I wanted to know more so read a few articles on the topic: California wildfires among largestContinue reading “Happening Now: California Wildfires”