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Five Questions With Kathleen Jacobs and David Miller of Grounding Stone Farm

I was first introduced to Grounding Stone Farm when it was called Russell’s. I only had one daughter at the time (she was two), it was our first summer living in New Hampshire and we went blueberry picking with some friends. I remember being so awestruck by the beauty of the place, how relaxing itContinue reading “Five Questions With Kathleen Jacobs and David Miller of Grounding Stone Farm”

Five Questions With Jenny Humphries of Mr Fox Composting

If you’ve been a longtime reader of GreenLifeNH, then you know I’m a strong believer in composting. Food waste accounts for a large part of landfill space and composting is a free/cheap and easy way to avoid this trash. However sometimes composting just isn’t possible due to various factors. For example, much to my dismay,Continue reading “Five Questions With Jenny Humphries of Mr Fox Composting”

Five Questions with Estée Cuddihy of Stitch Witch Tailoring and Alterations

Estée and I met each other through our kids and shared school community. I’ve always been interested in clothes but not great at taking proper care of them. However fast fashion and failing to mend your garments are terrible for the Earth. Let’s see how we can improve at these skills. A fun interview withContinue reading “Five Questions with Estée Cuddihy of Stitch Witch Tailoring and Alterations”

Five Questions with Kris Mueller – Life Long Granite Stater, Former Building Supplier and Chair of the Merrimack County Democrats

I first met Kris when my family and I moved to NH in 2013, but my husband and she have been friends since college. When we arrived in NH, Kris was incredibly helpful with helping us get acclimated to this new land and was one of our go-to people for NH and and home-ownership relatedContinue reading “Five Questions with Kris Mueller – Life Long Granite Stater, Former Building Supplier and Chair of the Merrimack County Democrats”

Five Questions with Laura Johnson of Design 645

I had a fun and inspiring chat with my friend, Laura Johnson, this weekend about sustainable ways to redecorate your home using what you have, found treasures, and eco-friendly materials. Laura runs Design 645, an interior design studio based in Hopkinton, New Hampshire. You can see Laura’s work on Instagram and Facebook. I think IContinue reading “Five Questions with Laura Johnson of Design 645”

Five Questions With Elyssa Alfieri of Lilise Designer Resale

Our regular series “Five Questions With…” is back this week and we are talking to Elyssa Alfieri of Lilise Designer Resale in Concord. I (Rachel) have been visiting this store for a few years and love shopping there because I can buy cute clothes for less money, support a local store that’s owned by aContinue reading “Five Questions With Elyssa Alfieri of Lilise Designer Resale”

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”

Five Questions with Amanda Hackett of Bona Fide Green Goods

Welcome to GreenLifeNH’s new interview series “Five Questions With…” Our first guest is Amanda Hackett of Bona Fide Green Goods in Concord, NH. For those who don’t know the store, Bona Fide is an awesome “all things zero waste” source on Main St. If you’re looking to make some environmental changes, you can find itemsContinue reading “Five Questions with Amanda Hackett of Bona Fide Green Goods”

Pretend Soup and Salad People by Mollie Katzen and Ann Henderson

Want to raise vegetarian children who love cooking and eat their vegetables? These two books are just what you need! Full of fun and inventive recipes, they make cooking easy with step-by-step pictures that even non-readers can follow (there is also an adult version of each recipe). All the recipes are vegetarian, which makes choosingContinue reading “Pretend Soup and Salad People by Mollie Katzen and Ann Henderson”

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