Energy Sources: Earth is Good but Oceans May Prove to be Better

  by Carmen Schwartz Harvesting energy is always on the top of the list when it comes to environmental projects. Innovations in power – from solar to geothermal – are being used more and more by the big organizations, companies, as well as the individual homeowners who have found out that the benefits from geothermal […]

Want to be Green? Start with the Natives

     by Carmen Schwartz When talking about ‘green’ – people speak about all different subjects; the companies that offer new ways to recycle, how to have a ‘green’ kitchen, stay at a ‘green’ hotel, etc. But when it comes to really being green there is one green item that, if taken care of properly, […]

Celebrate Life & Leave a Legacy

   by Troutski Watching the leaves change in the Autumn and viewing those frost-covered, barren branches that actually glow in the moonlight, are just a couple of moments every year that highlight the mighty tree as being one of the most beautiful facets of nature.   There are those who plant trees to celebrate a […]

Mother Nature & The Energy Horror Story

   by Amy Lignor With everything that Mother Nature has thrown about this winter (and knowing there is far more to come), gas and propane prices have become a darker horror story than anything even ‘Stephen King’ could produce.   Just getting on the telephone and listening to family members talk about how $700.00 shipments […]

Beer is ‘Green’ On More Than Just St. Patty’s Day

  by Troutski  Yes, everyone knows about the green food coloring put into their favorite hops as the Irish people are celebrated. However, beer is being used in other ‘green’ ways across the land, and has become a truly popular environmentally-friendly décor idea for people who wish to be unique.   LED lights are fine; […]

The Miracle That Protects Nature

     by Carmen Schwartz Every year we throw our accolades at organizations that have stood up for, and worked diligently to make positive changes in this world. From the organizations that help our children lead longer, healthier lives – to organizations that fight for peace with the weapons of intellect and honesty – there […]

The Greening of the Planet Through Social Media

  by Carmen Schwartz No matter what the subject we discuss, or the century we discuss it in, humanity still strives to find a way to lessen the problems they see all around them. They want a greener world; they want to save nature, find projects that will increase energy and move away from oil […]

Keeping ‘Green’ in a Bright, White World

   by Carmen Schwartz The wind blows. The ice falls and the snowflakes descend from the sky, as people pull out their shovels and wool jackets and await those fun moments that include cleaning out the driveway and heading out on sand-covered streets. All of this work that a person must go through when facing […]

To ‘Go Green’ This Holiday Just Go GREEN

   by Amy Lignor I, like others out there, have walked down both ‘roads’ when it comes to hauling that Christmas tree home. One road is located in the not-yet-frozen tundra (but sill massively cold) woodland area. Now, this can mean your own timberland or the lovely Christmas tree farms that are in business just […]

How the Noise of Renewable Energy Could Cost Lives

   by Amy Lignor When it comes to ‘helping’ the environment, one of the most popular ways to increase energy/power in an all-natural way, is by utilizing the power of the wind. However, with all the wind farms and wind parks now growing up across the nation, a debate seems to be growing right along […]