Monthly Archives: March 2008
This has been a busy week for me, and I have been out in the field most of the week! Something fun I did do yesterday, tho, was some Usability Testing at Microsoft. One of the benefits of donating a … Continue reading
“Feel like some green-building lingo is alien-speak?” Today’s Tip: Read LEED explained by The Ideal Bite crew here.
I am cleaning off my desk in preparation for doing my taxes **eeeeek**. So I found an ad I tore out of my Mother Earth News magazine (I won’t tell you which issue – it’s embarrassing how far behind I … Continue reading
Marty Wingate has rounded up a list of all of the garden sales headed our way – 78 of them by her count. Crazy! Altho I admit I almost always make it to the Seattle Tilth sale to get my … Continue reading
The use of sustainable materials in more and more home items is becoming more prevalent – and more confusing. My meetup group of the same name is visiting the Natural Fiber Clothing Wearable Art Studio next Saturday – its final … Continue reading
I have intentionally not commented on the arson fires that destroyed the Built Green Street of Dreams homes at Quinn’s Crossing. I was saddened a great deal when these homes burned. I worried about the wild life and was grateful … Continue reading
Natural Health Magazine points out – but I also learned this when I visited Tiffany & Co. in New York City over New Year’s weekend this year – mining for gold, silver, and diamonds digs up land and generates more … Continue reading
Caught this book review in the latest issue of Mother Earth News. Luckily it is also on their web site. Check it out!
In January I was contacted thru my Green Spaces meetup group by Jenny, a senior at Redmond High School. She was looking for a professional to serve as a “field advisor” to an idependent study project required to graduate from … Continue reading