Wouldn’t it be great to eat from your garden every day of the year? Barbara Pleasant will share proven strategies for stocking your own homegrown pantry, from the ground up. Start by choosing easy-to-grow crops that store themselves, and then learn simple ways to preserve your homegrown bounty.
More and more, the term “zero waste” is entering the lexicon. But what does that mean? Is it even possible? Carol Davis will walk you through her personal (and imperfect) journey toward a zero waste lifestyle.
We plan to show “Dying Green”, a short film documenting the Ramsey Creek Preserve in South Carolina, the first green conservation burial ground in the US . This should give people a better idea of what green burial entails. Our mission is to make green burial available in the Blue
This presentation will discuss a research study that examined how the ecological footprints of individuals who downsized to tiny homes changed a year or more after downsizing. Footprints were compared to previous footprints in prior housing to understand behavioral changes as a result of downsizing. This research shows us some
Melanie will be discussing how to downsize and what it is like to live with less and become more in tune with how we think about what we buy and how it is used. As a minimalist, she works hard to help others understand the importance of what we keep
When my hubby and I moved into our tiny house in 2014, I think we both expected it to be a sacrificial choice. But what opened up for us was remarkable. Purposeful simplicity gave us a long runway to get our passion projects off the ground, and that has made
Farmers at Riverstone share their perspective on why local, environmentally friendly farming is important and how working the land is their chosen career.
Meet the folks who provide local and regional farmers and gardeners with organic supplements, earth friendly products and neighborly advice.