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- Farm To Table: The Who's Who Of The Culinary Scene Discover which chefs around the US are making foods that are healthy and good for the environment and where you can go to get a taste.
- Great Green Inventions From The Past 10 Years The popularity of the green movement seems to be growing and with so many people becoming involved, new inventions are consistently being developed to promote sustainable living. Learn about the latest inventions from the past decade that are...
- Going Green Without Spending The Green Going green can also translate into saving the green, meaning not just the planet, but money too.
- Food Uses You Never Knew Existed Food's not just for eating. Discover other ways that food can be beneficial.
- Reusing Plastic, It's Fantastic Discover ways to reuse plastic items around your home that may also save you money and teach your children how to be resourceful.
- Ways To Learn About Green Living In Connecticut It is easy for people and businesses to live green, once somebody shows them how to do it. Fortunately in Connecticut, there are organizations with people who are eager and qualified to help those who want to learn about living green.
- Treehugger: Best Arboretums In Connecticut Here are just five of the many arboretums in Connecticut where both the old and new forests are celebrated, and where visitors can both appreciate and learn about the great trees that stand guard over the state and its environment.
- Ask A Connecticut Chef: Ways To Keep Your Meals Lean And Clean Eating healthy, green, lean and clean is something that even a child can learn – provided they have a teacher like Chef Kashia Cave. The classically trained chef has eschewed the world of commercial cuisine to commit herself to teaching young people...
- How To Recycle Your Christmas Tree Once the holiday season is over, learn how to dispose of your Christmas tree in the most eco-friendly way possible.
- Making The Transition To Green Learn how to become green without feeling overwhelmed. Starting small can make a big difference.