September Zero Waste Wins and Struggles

Well, school is back in session and my schedule has gone from zero to a million very quickly. Convenience and time saving hacks come into play, especially when I’m tired and don’t have a lot of energy to get it all done. Yet somehow the weeks are moving forward and I continue with my zeroContinue reading “September Zero Waste Wins and Struggles”

Fun Recipes for Eating Local in August

It’s August in New Hampshire. Gardens are overflowing with fresh, local vegetables and fruits; chickens are laying lots of eggs and cows are giving lots of milk; orchards and berry bushes are laden with fruits. It’s a wonderful time to be a Granite Stater! I’ve included breakfast, lunch, dinner, and dessert ideas to get yourContinue reading “Fun Recipes for Eating Local in August”

Friday Links Around the Web (9/18/20)

Happy Friday! Fall is in the air. The breeze is getting crisper, we’re all starting to wear more layers and pumpkins abound. Meanwhile, some Earth related news from around the web…. Is Plastic Recycling A Lie? Oil Companies Touted Recycling To Sell More Plastic (NPR). Recycling is getting less and less effective as towns cutContinue reading “Friday Links Around the Web (9/18/20)”