Archive for the ‘Gardening’ Category


Perfect Imperfection

Ben Simon, Founder, Imperfect Produce – I embarrass myself when I am around Ben Simon. How can someone so young have such vision, such ability to articulate and then execute…

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Filed Under: Food and Wine, Gardening, Health, Radio Show

BEST OF SHOW: Tank’s Green Stuff

Jason Tankersley, CEO, The Fairfax Companies – Since 1989, The Fairfax Companies have been true leaders in the business of sustainability. From the recycling of green and post construction waste,

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Filed Under: Gardening, Radio Show, Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, Tucson/Southern Arizona Community

Food Security: a Global Challenge

Jennifer Burney, Assistant Professor School of Global Policy and Strategy University of California, San Diego – Are you sure you know what food security really means and if not, why…

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Filed Under: Environmental Impact, Food and Wine, Gardening, Health, Home, Kids, Radio Show

Tank’s Green Stuff

Jason Tankersley, CEO, The Fairfax Companies – Since 1989, The Fairfax Companies have been true leaders in the business of sustainability. From the recycling of green and post…

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Filed Under: Gardening, Radio Show, Tucson/Southern Arizona Community
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The Big Green Apple Experience

In the last newsletter I tried to capture and convey the magic of the first part of my big green trip to the East Coast. I have no earthly clue as to how I am going to report on the second part of it spend in New York City and do it justice but I will do my best because the magic just didn’t stop.

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Filed Under: Environmental Impact, Fashion and Beauty, Gardening, Health, Home, News, Newsletter, Travel
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5 Ways Your Garden Can Be Causing Pollution

Gardening is the single most popular hobby in America, and many people get into it because it seems like an environmentally friendly pastime. Growing your own food should be a great way to reduce your carbon footprint and enjoy yourself at the same time, right? Not so fast. Unfortunately, many common gardening habits can actually […]

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Filed Under: Blog, Environmental Impact, Food and Wine, Gardening, Health, Home
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Green Steam (Three Short “Letting Off Steam” Rants)

Sometimes I simply have to blow off some steam and this newsletter is the right place to do just that. Truth be told, I read things and I get very upset, even angry. I hope the following two “rants” will evoke the same emotions in you, or will at the very least get your attention. And then, hopefully, you will…

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Filed Under: Gardening, Health, Home, Kids, News, Newsletter

Planting the Seed for Urban Farming

Will Allen, Farmer, Founder and CEO of Growing Power – On the credential side of things, Will is recognized as a preeminent practitioner of urban agriculture in America and throughout…

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Filed Under: Food and Wine, Gardening, Health, Radio Show

What If: The Series

Kevin Bonine – Director of Education, Biosphere 2, University of Arizona: What if science could help us prepare for a better future? What if we could make food production more efficient?

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Filed Under: Food and Wine, Gardening, Health, Home, Radio Show, U of A PodCATS

Urbanomics Gone Wild

The Green Bronx Machine, Stephen Ritz, 2015 Educator of the Year – Stephen Ritz is truly indescribable but here’s my best shot. He is an educator, an innovator, a social…

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Filed Under: Food and Wine, Gardening, Health, Home, Kids, Radio Show