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Kick-off for Sensible Seafood Fest with Barton Seaver Barton Seaver is on a mission to restore our relationship with the planet – through dinner. Whole Foods Market, Virginia Beach, presents … Continue reading
OspreyWatch is up and running for the second year. It’s a global effort to seek, observe, and record osprey activity – a “canary in the coal mine” type of investment. … Continue reading
I’ve always been interested in energy-saving solar options. I recently found out about solar shingles and investigated their affordability and availability in a recent article. Solar shingles may be a … Continue reading
Outstanding offerings at the 11th annual Fair Trade Festival in Virginia Beach. Promo info says it started with only one Fair Trade vendor in the area and has now grown … Continue reading
Backyard birdwatching basics, tips and supplies http://www.examiner.com/article/what-you-need-to-birdwatch
Step-by-step how to participate in Project FeederWatch, a Citizen Science project that takes place for twenty-one weeks through each winter in North America. http://www.examiner.com/article/how-to-participate-project-feederwatch
Part of the Green Living Journey, as with many journeys, is broadening your perspective, learning new things, and being flexible in your approach and philosophy.
To me, there is nothing worse than limiting the availability of knowledge. I would rather starve than endure the maddening dystopia of Orwell’s “1984″; I would likely be black-bagged by Creedy’s Fingermen, of “V for Vendetta”. Speaking out against the pervasive fear and prejudice of a sickened society whose symptoms are censorship and banned books is the first step in increasing knowledge and tempering ignorance.
So. Do yourself a favor this week and read a banned book. Broaden your perspective; start a conversation about something new. Check out the “I read banned books!” buttons available through the ASJA store to share your journey.