Is there an Environmentally Friendly Form of Birth Control? by Dirty Diaper Laundry â€” Kim examines some popular methods of birth control to see if any of them can be called green.
What’s on My Food? â€” Holy poison potatoes, Batman! This site makes me 1) glad that we eat a lot of organic food and 2) upset that it can’t all be organic. I hope every person who has ever tried to argue with me about organic foods will look up their fave foods on this site. I promise I won’t gloat.
Remembering My Mom’s Lessons About Waste from No-Impact Man â€” We could learn a thing or two from the Japanese.
Pushing Your Way to Greener Grass : Environmentally-Friendly Reel Mowers from Crunchy Domestic Goddess â€” A closer look at the benefits of lawn mowers that run on people-power.Â My husband totally wants one.
Â The Revolution Will Not Be (Petrochemically) Fertilized by The Green Fork â€” Kerry sounds off about kitchen illiteracy and general ignorance about the food we eat and the possibility of an alternative food system.
Also… It’s That Time Again!
No, itâ€™s not time to change your oil, or get your teeth cleaned or visit your in-laws. Itâ€™s something way betterâ€”the July Great Green Post Awards! The deadline is July 8th so shake a tailfeather and submit your info here!
And if you donâ€™t know what the Great Green Post awards are, please read this so you can participate, too 🙂
One lucky submitter will win their choice of a reusable shopping bag OR three coupons for free HAPPYBABY Fresh Frozen Organic Baby Meals!