Vol. 9 Nbr. 9, October 2008
- Keeping green easy.
- 25 steps to green ... New Life Journal's guide to greening the final holdouts on your quest for a completely eco-friendly life.
- Save your money and save your planet: Bruce Dannenberg breaks down how you can green your investment portfolio.
- From ram to raw material: how, exactly, is a computer recycled? Chris Evich explains the process and reasons to get behind the cause.
- Barefoot conditioning: Ondine Constable helps you get back in touch with your "hands that touch the earth.".
- The sacred green home: Torin Kexel shares how just a little time and thought can help us strengthen our connection with our homes and surroundings.
- Herbal help for prostate health: September's Prostate Cancer Awareness Month has passed, but it's no reason to slack on maintaining health, especially when you can turn to herbs.
- Go green with moss: Part 1: Ann Martin makes the case to make a place for moss in your eco-friendly landscape.
- Local company gets serious about solar.
- T.H.E. Center for Disordered Eating opens library.
- Farm fun this fall: Ruth Gonzalez checks out one local farm that has more to offer than just fresh food.
- Green roots, literally: the beneficial roots of sustainable landscapes are far-reaching, explains landscape architect David Tuch.
- A risky remodel looks toward the green light at the end of the tunnel: Marcus Renner shares some not-so-friendly eco bumps he's encountered with you and his fellow Green Home Experts Board members.
- Conscious cards (and envelopes!): Joti Marra helps you green your greetings.
- Geothermal heating and cooling.
- A vegan Halloween: Joel Schantz shares a recipe for a sweet, vegan treat that's so tasty its healthy ingredients won't spook your kids.
- Joshua Martin: paper pioneer.