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BlogNews (April 2, 2019) A big thank you to everyone who attended our webinar Designing for Abundance: Planning your Climate Victory Garden, with Nicky Shauder of Permaculture Gardens. We had so many great questions come out of that session, and many that we weren’t able to…
Climate Victory Garden
BlogNews (March 25, 2019) Green America teamed up with author and farmer Acadia Tucker to answer questions about Climate Victory Gardening. In this blog, you'll get to know Acadia, what motivates her, and why she's such a great candidate for answering your questions. Acadia…
gardening, Climate Victory Garden, carbon farming
BlogNews (March 11, 2019) Catherine McDonnell-Forney tells us about her journey becoming a Master Gardener and highlights valuable resources for Climate Victory Gardens in all their many stages.
Climate Victory Garden, gardening, home and garden, sustainable food, carbon farming, food
BlogNews (February 21, 2019) It was early spring, and I had just moved into a new house—tiny, but with a great big yard for a garden. The landlord had spent years landscaping, with fruit trees, native shrubs, and perennial grasses along the fence line—I was lucky. In the middle…
Climate Victory Garden, gardening, climate, Soil Carbon, soil
BlogNews (February 14, 2019) Black and minority-owned businesses strengthen local economies, create job opportunities and celebrate diverse culture.
Black-owned businesses
BlogNews (February 11, 2019) Representative Alexandra Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) and Senator Ed Markey (D-MA) recently introduced their much-anticipated framework for a Green New Deal. The accompanying resolution introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives calls for massive investment
climate change, climate justice, clean energy, recycling, green economy, good food
BlogNews (January 29, 2019) Drawing attention to wasteful, ubiquitous items like straws and receipts matters. Here's why
Skip the Slip, paper, zero waste, climate change, pollution
BlogNews (December 17, 2018) By Nicky Schauder of Permaculture Gardens, a member of our Green Business Network My family and I have a Climate Victory Garden in the suburbs of Washington DC. I wanted to give you a tour of our garden with the hopes it will inspire you.…
permaculture, food allergy, growing food, climate change, gardening
BlogNews (December 10, 2018) Know before you buy about the companies that allow unsafe or inhumane working conditions so you can buy from companies that treat their workers right, instead.  

BlogNews (November 15, 2018) Why we’re skipping the year’s most ridiculous “holiday.”
Black Friday
BlogNews (November 5, 2018) Bismark Kpabitey is a 33 year old dynamic agroforestry cocoa farmer from Ghana, where farmers typically earn $0.84 per day. Bismark has been practicing dynamic agroforestry for three years on seven acres to support his 16 family members. He sells…
farms, carbon farming, Soil Carbon, agriculture
BlogNews (November 1, 2018) Ancient wheats, such as KAMUT® brand khorasan are part of a healthy, healing diet
sustainable food, good food, healthy food, wheat
BlogNews (October 10, 2018) The latest Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Report is out and friends, it is bleak. But it also gives cause for some hope if we answer the imperative call and act on climate immediately.  The world has already warmed by 1-degree…
climate change, renewable energy, fossil fuels, wind, solar, greenhouse gas
BlogNews (October 4, 2018) Regenerative agriculture is being explored as a solution to climate change and declining soil health around the world. In Ethiopia, where the majority of farming is practiced by smallholders, production is important for livelihoods and food security…

BlogNews (October 2, 2018) This week, Verizon announced its launch of the world’s first commercial 5G network initially in four U.S. cities, with plans to expand nationally. 5G is the fifth generation of cellular networking and is the next frontier that promises faster speeds…
clean energy, dirty energy, climate change, technology
BlogNews (August 16, 2018) 2017 marked the first year that a continental U.S. species of bumblebee was listed as endangered as a result of pathogens, parasites, and human activity. The subsequent uproar from environmentalists demanded that we safeguard these important…
green economy, green business, bees, pesticide, farmers, farms, neonicotinoid, organics, pollinators, toxins
BlogNews (July 30, 2018) While Samsung is quick to address issues within its supply chain to ensure the safety of its consumers, it has dragged its feet to take steps to ensure the safety of its factory workers.  But after years of public campaigning, Samsung has finally…
Samsung
BlogNews (July 26, 2018) As temperatures in DC’s Farragut Square hovered around a hundred degrees this July, faces started sweating, ice cream started dripping, and two 1,800-pound blocks of ice started melting.  The European Union (EU), be.brussels, Golden Triangle…

BlogNews (July 20, 2018) Want to start a Climate Victory Garden? The first step is to get to know your garden—or the area you plan to turn into a garden. Familiarize yourself with the physical characteristics of the space and get to better understand your expectations,…
climate, climate change, gardening, sustainable agriculture
BlogNews (July 18, 2018) When talking about ‘voting with your dollar’, we often talk about purchasing habits with specific brands or products, encouraging consumers to opt for the more sustainable and fair option when shopping. Another key player in our shopping habits are…
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