sustainability

Wild Selections Offers Sustainable, Non-GMO Tuna

April 15, 2016

Is eating sustainable food important to you? I’m passionate about green and sustainable living, as is my husband Don. He’s a BPI-certified finish carpenter and contractor/builder and especially passionate about green building practices. He reads everything he can get his hands on about the Passive House movement from Germany and green building in general, and […]

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Adelphi University Uses Ladybugs Instead of Pesticides

September 18, 2014

Ladybugs Instead of Pesticides You know how passionate I am about green and holistic living. I’m a mad recycler and a firm believer that there are natural ways to deal with illnesses — examples would be to simply use honey instead of over-the-counter cough medicine or arnica for bruising. There are so many holistic ways […]

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JORD Wood Watch Giveaway — Win an Ely Watch

July 26, 2014
JORD Wood Watch Giveaway

JORD Wood Watch Giveaway A watch made out of wood? Yes, and isn’t it stunning? I have to tell you, I don’t regularly wear a watch, but since this beauty arrived, I’ve been wearing it all the time. This is the Ely watch by JORD. Their watches are one of a kind and hand-crafted with […]

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Why You Should Worry About Eating Gene-Manipulated Food

October 2, 2013
Eating Gene-Manipulated Food, GMOs, DagmarBleasdale.com

I think messing with nature is a bad idea. Mess with a bee – get stung. Mess with crops by gene-manipulating them in a laboratory? There’s already a lot of evidence that this kind of farming has disastrous effects on our environment and our health. Need proof or just more information why it’s a good […]

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