• Lovely and Amazing

    by  • October 3, 2012

    I can’t imagine what Lynette Myers goes through between the months of August and October.  It’s got to be crazy.  Lynette heads the Environmental Leadership Program and  lovingly guides all of the companies and organizations through the program as they sweat and grind out the details so they can earn their awards and certifications. ...

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    Boulder Green Streets

    by  • September 16, 2012

    The concept starts with cyclovia-turning an area of city streets into a cycling paradise. But today’s Boulder Green Streets event is not just a cycling event; it’s a community fun fete with all the trappings:  music, food and environmental themes.  You might find yourself thinking, “Wouldn’t it be great if every day were like this?”...

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    A Basket of Foraged Apples

    by  • August 29, 2012

    Eating seasonally makes the whole world more delicious. When you look forward to “eating the year”, it works on the palate like good, healthy hunger. When you’re hungry, food tastes like it should. And when you eat from the tree branch over the fence, from the woods, from your own garden, from a nearby...

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    Well, That’s Embarassing…

    by  • August 25, 2012

    Yesterday I posted that the Green Route Festival was happening TODAY. When I went down to 25th and Arapaho, rather than a bustling festival, I met one farmer who hadn’t heard of it. I took out my Pad and Googled it, finding several entries, including: http://fyifly.com/denver/green-route-festival-2012 with this posting: 25 Sat at Denvers Sustainability...

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    Green Route Tomorrow!

    by  • August 24, 2012

    The last Green festival of the summer (unofficially) is tomorrow. The Green Route Festival is changing locations, though – it will be at Denver Sustainability Park this year. And there are other changes. Green Spaces hosted Green Route for the first couple years, but it was a bit of a cramped fit, so I’m...

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    Got Fruit?

    by  • August 22, 2012

    Kathy of Modern Gingham will help you with your fruit overflow.  She makes wonderful preserves from foraged fruit; just let her know what you’ve got!    

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