Daily Green Wrap-Up 06.December, 2011

Sow seeds, not greed: Farmers gather on Wall Street It’s been a long time since farmers congregated in downtown Manhattan — around 350 years, to be exact. The folks who populate Wall Street and rural America don’t cross paths much these days. It’s easy to forget that Wall Street used to be rural America; in … [Read more…]

Daily Green Wrap-Up 04.December, 2011

Friday freebie: Recycled Sting Journal from Vintage Vinyl Journals Today’s giveaway is for the eco writer. One lucky green LA girl reader will win a one-of-a-kind journal — made from Sting’s “The Dream of the Blue Turtles” album! GreenLAGirl is having a giveaway, head through the jump and join in. It’s insanely simple to join, … [Read more…]

Daily Green Wrap-Up 3.December, 2011

Climate Cruelty: Moose & Deer Loaded With Ticks & Dying From Added Stress Moose have a range determined, “in part, by their fitness inside a certain band of seasonal temperatures. When these thermal bands shift upward, individual animals may migrate north and/or the overall moose population may decline. It is the nature of living things. … [Read more…]

Daily Green Wrap-Up 02.December, 2011

Freight Farms Allow Anyone to Grow Food Anywhere in Recycled Shipping Containers The Boston-based founders of Freight Farms have found an urban farming solution that can work anywhere and for just about anyone. These amazing recycled shipping containers are outfitted with climate and system controls that allow even the most inexperienced person to grow virtually … [Read more…]