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Apr 21, 2023

Missouri Green Schools enriches learning and lives! Work through three pillars of a Green School - Environmental Impact, Health and Wellness and Sustainability Education - is drawing on the strengths of two terrific partners and their organizations:


Hope Gribble, Green Schools Manager for Missouri Gateway...

Mar 1, 2023

Woody Tasch thinks like a root vegetable grows: slow, sure, mostly underground, deeply nourishing.  


From this perspective, in collaboration with a rainbow circle of fellow evolutionists, comes the investment structure Tasch and friends call Beetcoin: small local donations generating Zero interest,...

Jan 25, 2023

In Illinois communities along the mighty Mississippi, Sierra Club members are advancing enviro-policy and awareness. The club's Piasa Palisades Group, named for a fierce bird in lore of the Illiniwek people and the stone bluffs towering over river and towns,is active locally and in their state.


Chris Krusa,...

Jan 10, 2023

Charmin Dahl, conservation educator and nature-loving mom, shares her experience and perspective relating to Nature with her digital native kin.  Explore with her - and head on out-of-doors, with your young friends.

More from Dahl in The Healthy Planet Magazine and in her blog for Villa Montessori School.

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Nov 23, 2022

Thrift stores, tag sales, rummage piles. They may be everywhere, but some rise above the jumbled fray with grace, circulating our castoff human-made stuff as beacons of beneficial reuse.


One of these is Experienced Goods, supporting free Community Hospice care in Brattleboro, Vermont. Gemma Champoli is a...