HEMP Part II: Paper

The second part of this five part series is about hemp and paper. According to naihc.org, there are over 25,000 different products that can be made using hemp, one of those is paper.… Continue reading

HEMP Part I

This is part one of a five part blog series about hemp. I’m a recent believer in the power of HEMP or Cannabis sativa L! Hemp, in all it’s various forms and uses,… Continue reading

Hall Steps Foundation

This past weekend while walking out of the R.E.I. in Dallas with Stephen, I noticed a free running magazine Competitor which I picked up. On the cover was Ryan and Sara Hall; Ryan… Continue reading

“Do good. Look good.”

Over Thanksgiving break my trusty travel mug broke! So I found myself on the market for a new product…one that would reflect my green ethics. I had to return an item at Target… Continue reading

Healthy Winter

Helpful, natural tips from RunnersWorld.com to stay strong and healthy this winter! Dairy Most milk, yogurt, and cheese contains vitamin D and calcium. These nutrients work together to prevent bone loss. Slow-cooked stews… Continue reading

A Green Thanksgiving

“A typical American Thanksgiving dinner for six people requires over 30,000 gallons of water.” Below are some ways to save some water this Turkey Day: 1. Don’t water your lawn – especially if… Continue reading

Green Silence

I heard about this new eco-running shoe from the CORE Running Company of San Marcos, TX. The new shoe called the Green Silence made by Brooks utilizes recycled and earth-friendly components like: BioMoGo,… Continue reading

World Toilet Day

This Friday people around our globe will celebrate World Toilet Day thanks to the World Toilet Organization, a non-profit organization dedicated to improving world sanitation and toilet conditions. Although we live in a… Continue reading

Edward Burtynsky

Edward Burtynsky is one of Canada’s most respected photographers. “His remarkable photographic depictions of global industrial landscapes are included in the collections of over fifty major museums around the world, including the National… Continue reading

Why a $10K challenge?

At the last WaterAid Chapter meeting we had two guest speakers from Water Now, Audra Miller and Brio, two wonderful women making a difference in the lives of those who need it most.… Continue reading