Living Green

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Harvest herbs now and preserve them for garden-fresh meals all year round! Snip a few leaves or leaf-covered stems as needed. For the same intensity...
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When I was a child, I wandered the neighborhood with friends, explored a gully across the street, waded in streams, and rode bikes to...
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There is no question that climate change is THE environmental issue of our times. This is where our focus needs to be. You are...

Quick & Easy All you need is celery, peanut butter and raisins (or chocolate chips). 1. Wash celery then cut stalks in half and trim to...
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It’s beginning to smell a lot like Christmas. What is the link between our Christmas emotions and the aroma of evergreen? Maybe it’s because...
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How often do I hear people say, “I just love the fall season!” There is so much to love about October in the garden....
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My interest in sustainability heightened approximately twelve years ago while paying attention to the industry I work in. Seven years ago we were able...
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Editor’s Note: Tanya Hawley, Vice-President of NoGMO4Michigan recently provided us an update on the continuing efforts to label GMOs and to educate consumers on...

Why? Someone has to take a risk and start the ball rolling. I have always believed in leading by example. Solar does work in...
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A libation and some fresh flowers might make her swoon; your flowers will love it, too, as proven in research. The Flowerbulb Research Program...

Fresh to Table Food Explore the healthy side of life at other side of Ryke’s Bakery, Catering and Café in Muskegon. The Café offers food...

Mostly known for its use in baskets and furniture, bamboo offers surprising qualities that make it perfect for use in architecture. An architecture firm...