Living Green

In 2004, a group of researchers led by National Geographic Fellow Dan Buettner embarked on a journey to discover regions of the world with...
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West Michigan has been the new home for Peter Bane and Keith Johnson for the last few years. Formerly of Indiana, the two now...
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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...