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Category Archives: nature
There’s a creek that runs through my neighborhood. I walk it frequently. I consider myself the unofficial keeper of this creek, as I uproot invasive mustard plants and pick up dozens of bags of trash along a mile stretch of the … Continue reading
When my wife and I were looking for a house to buy 15 years ago, I told her about a rule I had: the “let-the-dog-out-without-worrying-about-it-getting-hit-by-a-car” rule. I wasn’t even sure we’d ever get a dog, but figured this rule would also … Continue reading
One of the bright spots these past few years for the environment has been the awareness and change towards saving seafood species. Greenpeace deserves a ton of credit for this. Since recently launching their seafood sustainability ratings of retailers, they … Continue reading
I was recently offered membership to Natural Products Association. I declined. Natural products are better than the usual junk foods that people eat, but given all of the synthetic fertilizers, pesticides, and herbicides used in the growing process (and the … Continue reading
I was out in the woods with my 6 year old daughter yesterday. She grabbed a plastic bag that she saw lying on the ground and started filling it with other trash. We always go for the plastic first, before … Continue reading
This story headline [“One billion cans of certified- sustainable tuna heading to supermarket shelves“] recently came across my inbox. Many large conventional retailers have also started to support sustainable seafood. A shout-out goes to Greenpeace, who really spearheaded this effort … Continue reading