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Beneficial Insects for the Garden

Beneficial Insects for the Garden

The Rutgers Master Gardeners of Camden County will present Beneficial Insects for Your Garden at 7 p.m., April 13, at the Camden County Parks Environmental Center, in Cherry Hill.

Plots Available at Mount Laurel Community Gardens

Plots Available at Mount Laurel Community Gardens

Mount Laurel Community Gardens is offering 50, 20-by-20-foot plots to rent for township gardeners at Blue Hill Farms.

Harvesting Rainwater and Maximizing its Use

Harvesting Rainwater and Maximizing its Use

Eric and Gail Houze will host Harvesting Rainwater and Maximizing its Use in the Garden, a workshop, at 7:30 p.m., March 24.

Green Garden Cents Presentation

Green Garden Cents Presentation

Rutgers Master Gardeners of Camden County will present Green Gardens Cents, a series of homeowners classes, at 7 p.m., February 10, at the Camden County Parks Environmental Center.

Monarchs and Milkweed, Pollinators and Plants Presentation

Monarchs and Milkweed, Pollinators and Plants Presentation

The Horticultural Society of South Jersey will present Monarchs and Milkweed, Pollinators and Plants at their monthly meeting from 7 to 9 p.m., February 9, at the Carmen Tilelli Community Center.

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Amoriello’s

Amoriello’s

Come as Strangers, Eternal Friends

The Amoriello studio takes care to a new level, using organic products in their salon, as well as building organic relationships with their clientele.

Building a Better Park

Building a Better Park

Camden County leads the way in sustainable practices

The 10-acre environmental park is a labor of love, built and sustained by the community and its volunteers.

Tall Pines State Preserve

Tall Pines State Preserve

Gloucester County’s First State Park

Tall Pines State Preserve is open to the public for outdoor recreation, including walking, jogging, cycling, picnicking and bird watching.

Did You Know the U.S. is not Water-Wise?

Did You Know the U.S. is not Water-Wise?

U.S. citizens use more water than any other country in the world, around 100 gallons per person per day, and pay less than most other industrialized countries for water.

Natural Health Supermarket

Natural Health Supermarket

Celebrating 40 years of ‘Helping Others Help Themselves’

Natural Health, a natural health food grocery store that first opened its doors 40 years ago, is celebrating by offering 40 percent off select products in every department beginning March 1.

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Healthy Climate, Healthy People

Healthy Climate, Healthy People

Why a Warming Planet is Harming Our Health

As the Earth slowly heats up, we’re being affected by rising allergens, disaster-related trauma and the increase in insects carrying dangerous diseases.

Healthy House

Healthy House

Easy Ways to Green It Up

From using defrosting trays to doffing shoes at the door to placing plants in the loo, easy ways abound to make our home healthier for us and easier on our environment.

Frugal Foodie

Frugal Foodie

Practical Uses for Aging Produce

The average family throws away a quarter of the food it buys, wasting an average of $2,200 a year, but with some simple strategies no scraps need go to waste.

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Healthy Climate, Healthy People

Healthy Climate, Healthy People

As the Earth slowly heats up, we’re being affected by rising allergens, disaster-related trauma and the increase in insects carrying dangerous diseases.

Healthy House

Healthy House

From using defrosting trays to doffing shoes at the door to placing plants in the loo, easy ways abound to make our home healthier for us and easier on our environment.

Frugal Foodie

Frugal Foodie

The average family throws away a quarter of the food it buys, wasting an average of $2,200 a year, but with some simple strategies no scraps need go to waste.

City Homesteading

City Homesteading

Across the country, people in communities of all sizes are crafting ways to grow food, build eco-homes and live in harmony with the environment and each other.

Kick the Plastic Habit

Kick the Plastic Habit

With the oceans predicted to contain more plastic than fish by 2050, we can join vital efforts underway at personal, local and global levels to reduce plastic use.

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Green Living Briefs

Distributed Power

Distributed Power

Energy Users Control Own Supplies

Transforming Plastics

Transforming Plastics

Mobile Trashpresso Turns Trash into Tiles

Protective Plants

Protective Plants

Indoor Greenery Removes Airborne Toxins

Auto Revolution

Auto Revolution

Industry Revs Up for Electric Car Future

Bottle Buyback

Bottle Buyback

Britain May Charge Deposit to Reduce Bottle Litter

Yes to Yarn

Yes to Yarn

Popular Needlework Crafts Go Green

 

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