Tag Archives: green

Clean Air Starts with Me

Years ago, when I began my formal learning on environmental topics, I thought I had all of the answers about pollution.  It was industry, manufacturing, agribusiness, and big corporations who were responsible for pollution.  They were the problem.  They needed … Continue reading

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Green Decluttering

This post is my contribution to the January Green Moms Carnival: “Green Decluttering” hosted by Amber. I am not an expert in cleaning, especially since Joshua was born. I honestly see no reason to continue to clean the same thing when … Continue reading

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Our Grass is Greener

This is part of the Healthy Child Blog Carnival  – an effort by Healthy Child Healthy World to help inspire a movement to protect children from harmful chemicals. Our home was built on land we bought from my grandmother, on … Continue reading

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Greened Out

I’m tired of the “green movement.”  I came upon this realization as I looked over my most recent posts, where I’ve steered away from talking about eco-friendliness and toward stories that I enjoy, gardening, family, animals, and simple living. Recently, … Continue reading

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Green and Rain

Walking around the edge of the forest today, I couldn’t help but notice the two sure signs of spring: the color green making its triumphant return, while the rain drizzled all around. Raindrops collect on the needles of a white pine. Droplets … Continue reading

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