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July / August 2019 Digital Edition

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Beyond Sustainability

Farmers are increasingly exploring inexpensive organic methods to return microbial diversity to the soil, which could help mitigate a warming planet by allowing soil to absorb more carbon.

Help For Home Gardeners

Nationwide, local extension agents offer soil testing and instruction in organic methods, making rain barrels, choosing native plants and a host of low-cost and no-cost services.

Crops in the City

Entrepreneurial innovators are tapping into new technologies and markets to grow fresh, healthy food within cities, turning so-called ‘mean streets’ into ‘green streets.’

Pre-Wired for the Future

Imagine, if you can, pedestrian- and transit-friendly cities with new homes pre-wired for electric vehicles and office buildings planned without parking spaces. It’s already happening.

Plants Talk

Plants may not be raising an audible ruckus, but scientists are finding they communicate silently with each other through smells, hearing and underground networks.
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Archive »Green Living Briefs

Bagging It

New York State Bans Plastic Bags

Floating Solar

Catching Some Rays on the Water

Eco-Camping

Keeping It Earth-Friendly

Wonder Weed

Hemp to the Rescue at Detox Sites

Sunny Solution

Wastewater Turned into Hydrogen Fuel

Eco-Friendly Outdoor Eating

Save Resources, Reduce Food Waste and More

 

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