by Lynn Gamwell Reduce, Reuse, Recycle The mantra of the environmental movement is to “Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle.” One can think of these categories as naturally flowing from one to the next, from the macro to the micro level. The big picture and most important need is for humans to reduce consumption. After that we … Continue reading Earth Day Essentials (Part II)
The shopping is (almost!) done and it’s nearly time to get wrapping! Sure, you could upcycle some old newspaper or paper grocery sacks into creative alternative gift wrap, but some gifts deserve beautiful, special wrapping. But don’t run out and buy a few rolls of wrapping paper that will simply wind up in the trash; … Continue reading Eco-Friendly Wrapping Paper Alternative
I learned something appalling and sobering while accompanying my son on a homeschool field trip to the local landfill last year: we are quite literally running out of room for garbage. In Rhode Island, our home state and home of Nourishing World headquarters, there is only one landfill. It is estimated that this landfill will … Continue reading 20 Disposable Products You Can Stop Buying
Halloween is right around the corner and we have many ideas to help you celebrate... without all the toxic and disposable products and loads of candy! From eco-friendly costume ideas to healthy Halloween treats, these ideas prove you can indeed go green without putting a damper on your Halloween celebrations. Recycled Halloween Costumes Instead of buying … Continue reading Go Green for Halloween
Take Action Today: Join Green America in fighting against the introduction of genetically engineered wheat. The USDA Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service is seeking comments regarding proposed changes to regulations of GE wheat field trials. Nourishing World is urging friends, followers, and customers to speak up to protect wheat crops. Why should this concern you? Genetically … Continue reading Sign the Petition: Stop Genetically Engineered Wheat!