Saturday, August 22, 2009
I just got these fantastic watertight stainless steel food
containers and I love using them. They are an excellent plastic
alternative. If you're looking for a good lunchbox or leftover food
container I recommend these.
Stainless Steel Airtight Watertight Food Storage Container/Lunch Box
These organic cotton drawstring bags are also great - I use them for
grocery shopping and packing lunch. They are great for vegetables,
fruit, grains, beans, nuts, dried fruit, etc. This is the type of
bulk bag I've been thinking about making and selling at cost at
community events. They are so useful! Another great alternative to
petroleum plastic bags and containers.
Organic Cotton Muslin Produce & Snack Bag
Thursday, August 6, 2009
"The Brooklyn Skillshare is a communal, hands-on, learning experience that aims to serve as a jumping-off point in the construction of an autonomous, nonexclusive, reciprocal learning community."Brooklyn Green Team A team of Brooklyn superheros dedicated to reducing our environmental impact and inspiring others. POW. YOU'VE BEEN GREENED.
Sunday, August 2, 2009
Last week a flyer for the Windsor Terrace Greenway Project appeared in my mailbox. The group aims to encourage residents in the Windsor Terrace area to plant butterfly and bird friendly plants to support travel for birds and butterflies between Prospect Park and Greenwood Cemetary.
Find out more at the brooklynbutterflyproject.org
Posted by Sarah E. at 11:08 AM