Monthly Archives: November 2008

Seeking living room furniture to stage house for sale Seattle area

In the interest of being green and the “reduce * reuse * recycle” philosophy… Have a love seat or a couple of chairs that need a new home? Have something you intend to donate but just haven’t gotten around to … Continue reading

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Big “green week” announcement!

This was Green Week and amid buzz words like “green collar economy” and “sustainable living” I recently took steps to further align my passion for healthy green living with my work, and I am now with GreenWorks Realty. I was … Continue reading

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ecohaus is hiring

Caught this over on CL: General Merchandising Manager (1st Avenue South) Reply to: pickme_ecohaus@hotmail.comDate: 2008-11-13, 2:52PM PST You love merchandising. You believe in global warming.Join us – make a difference ecohaus, Seattle-based leader in sustainable and green building and finishing … Continue reading

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“Don’t miss this” round-up

A round-up of some of the best articles I have read this week! How Dirty is Your Zip Code?Use the EPA’s tool to find out how clean your area’s resources are (or aren’t) and how you can help make your … Continue reading

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How to save up to $100 a month at the pump

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Six Feet Under

Man, how I miss that show. The funereal industry was fascinating. The show even touched on natural burials for the environmentalist wife of Peter Krause’s character. It’s been so long I don’t remember the character names much. Anyway, I came … Continue reading

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Are You Ready To Take the 100-Mile Thanksgiving Challenge?

Turkey day is less than three weeks away. That still gives you plenty of time to learn how to green up your Thanksgiving dinner. A couple years ago, TreeHugger ran a contest based on the 100-Mile Diet that challenged readers … Continue reading

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Just Say No to Ivy

Great article by Val Easton in this weekend’s Home & Garden section of The Times. I became a Native Plant Steward with the Washington Native Plant Society in 2001 and the 100 hour training course was very enlightening!! If you … Continue reading

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