Big Belly Solar

Saw this super sustainable, clean thing the other day on the streets of San Marcos. Click here to see what all it does! (Andrew trying to figure it out)

Truck Farm

Today I came across “Truck Farm” videos on the Prana blog. This has to be ONE OF THE COOLEST THINGS I’ve seen in a long time! Truck Farm is a mobile community farm,… Continue reading

Snappy Salads

I went to North Park mall in Dallas, TX this past weekend (somewhere I don’t visit very often). I met an old friend for lunch who decided to get a “Snappy Salad” at… Continue reading

school supplies: THE GREEN WAY

This past weekend I was in Dallas spending some time with my parents (who I unfortunately, hardly ever see). I also picked up some school supplies for my upcoming semester at Texas State.… Continue reading

S.O.S.

I went to Whole Foods today and like always, got a good look at the beer aisle. And this is what I found! “Abita Beer announced that it has established ‘SOS – A… Continue reading

Green Golf

Most golf courses are criticized for their environmentally unfriendly practices, however there is a glimmer of green light, even in this industry. The Vineyard Golf Club has become “a petri dish for alternative… Continue reading

Mason Bee Homes

According to University of Maine Cooperative Extension, “bees are ‘keystone organisms’ in most terrestrial ecosystems. Bees are essential for maintaining the integrity, productivity and sustainability of many types of ecosystems: the forest understory,… Continue reading

C.S.A.

Community Supported Agriculture (C.S.A.) is a direct partnership between you and the farmer. “C.S.A. members pay in advance for a share of the upcoming harvest, thus ensuring the farmer is ensured a consistent… Continue reading

My Edible Garden

This past weekend the pieces finally came together. I saved $100, had free time, and the right transportation to start building my garden frame! Because I live in the hill country (and our… Continue reading

What to do with…

the ashes in my fireplace? According to the Royal Horticultural Society, wood ash incorporated into your soil can improve its structure because of the large particles it contains and it will also raise… Continue reading