Mrs. Green's News
08.26.14How to Make Your Backyard Even Greener
“To see a world in a grain of sand and heaven in a wild flower…” So wrote the poet William Blake, suggesting that the tiniest portion of the world is a microcosm of the whole. While it may take a poet’s vision to see the world in a particle of rock, his point becomes much […]
04.24.14Rocking Green Radio
(We’ve Been Pleasure Trapped!)
For those of you who may not remember, Mrs. Green started as a weekly one-hour, broadcast radio show. Then came the website, then Facebook, then Twitter, then blogging, newsletter, Pinterest, Instagram – you know the drill. Sooo − coming full circle, and to give you a little inside scoop about the off-the-air conversations between Mr. Green and me…
03.31.14Earth Month? Follow the Green Brick Road With Me
At the risk of sounding melodramatic (something of which I am very capable), there are times when I want things to change so much and so quickly it hurts. And, yes, even makes me cry. So why not read on and join me on a trip to Green Oz for Earth Month. I’m Dorothy (minus the pigtails) with green glittery shoes made from recycled material and I’m in charge of the control panel.
08.16.13FOOD: SHOP and LET SHOP
There is not a day that goes by that I am not filled with gratitude. When I received this letter from Theresa Marquez from Organic Valley Coop this past Monday, my cup runneth over. (Open Letter to Mrs. Green)
Theresa Marquez, Mission Exec.
Organic Valley Coop
August 11, 2013
So, a debate we still keep hearing is that Walmart is the boogie man and Whole Foods Market (WFM) is not far behind. How is one to be politically correct?