Resources for Sustainable Living

Resources for Sustainable Living

In My Garden May 22, 2013

Yesterday, one of my favorite bloggers, Amanda Soule (aka Soulemama) announced a new feature on her site. “This Week in My Garden” is a periodic update on what’s growing that week in photos and notes. Since I am still a beginner gardener, I thought it would be fun and helpful to follow along and compare […] Read more…

Friday Flowers: Studio Choo

Studio Choo is a Bay Area based floral studio owned by two best friends, Althea Harampolis and Jill Rizzo.  They use locally-grown flowers as often as possible, and their arrangements are always fresh and seasonally-inspired. In addition to designing flowers for weddings, the team wrote an adventurous floral and gardening column for the blog, Design*Sponge, titled, “We Like […] Read more…

Friday Flowers: Saipua

Note: I was originally going to post about several floral designers, but it would’ve been a ridiculously long post! Since “April showers bring May flowers”  – let’s switch up the Friday Explorer’s Club feature to be all about flowers this month. I got really into flowers when I started planning my wedding back in 2008. […] Read more…

Friday Explorer’s Club: Seed to Stem

Seed to Stem is a plant and gift shop located in Worcester, MA.  They offer ” unusual botanicals, terrariums, natural objects, curiosities, home accessories, antiquities and more” and are available for fresh floral design for weddings, events, and parties, as well as large scale botanical creations for home or office. The shop is located in a beautiful […] Read more…

Hooked On Sustainability: Eating with the Ecosystem

Eating with the Ecosystem is an educational dinner series coordinated by Sarah Schumann. Sarah is a fisherwoman and environmental advocate with a degree in environmental policy. Through these dinners, Sarah and her fellow speakers (chefs, fishermen, scientists, and fishery managers) teach us a new approach to eating seafood sustainably that involves enjoying a greater diversity […] Read more…

Farm Fresh Rhode Island

Right here in Rhode Island, we have a most effective and innovative organization working to create a sustainable food system. Farm Fresh RI (FFRI) is a nonprofit whose mission is to “grow a local food system that values the environment, health and quality of life of RI farmers and eaters.” They accomplish this through several comprehensive programs […] Read more…

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