• four season foraging teaching urban foraging
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    Four Season Foraging

    Four Season Foraging teaches people how to safely and sustainability identify and harvest wild edibles. I connected with Maria, the founder of Four Season Foraging, to learn more about the Minneapolis-based company. In the interview, learn more about urban foraging…

  • Rerip is on a mission to keep surfboards out of the landfill.
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    Rerip

    Rerip is on a mission to keep surfboards out of the landfill. I connected with Meghan, the co-founder of Rerip, to learn more about the organization. In the interview, learn more about Rerip, why it’s important to support zero waste…

  • Ms. Smarty-Plants program at Petco Park teaching the importance of providing nature-based learning for kids, and how to be an earth hero.
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    Ms. Smarty-Plants

    —– The Ms. Smarty-PlantsTM program empowers kids to change the world. Through school assemblies, class field trips and special events, the program reaches over 80,000 kids and adults per year. In the interview, learn more about the Ms. Smarty-Plants program,…

  • lumbercycle a zero waste urban tree nonprofit milling company in san diego
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    Lumbercycle

    Lumbercycle is on a mission to create zero waste utilization of trees, meaning the organization aims to ensure that trees cut down in San Diego are used in the best way possible rather than sent to the landfill. I connected with…

  • Reclaimed Goodness business utilizing reclaimed wood for home decor products.
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    Reclaimed Goodness

    Reclaimed Goodness is a company redefining the meaning of new through use of reclaimed materials. I connected with Maria, the owner of Reclaimed Goodness, to learn more about the company. In the interview, learn more about Reclaimed Goodness, why it’s…

  • Ethel Studio is a company on a mission to eliminate textile waste. In the interview, learn more about textile waste and how to support a more sustainable industry.
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    Ethel Studio

    Ethel Studio is a company on a mission to eliminate textile waste. I connected with Maggie, the founder of Ethel Studio, to learn more about the company. In the interview, learn more about Ethel Studio, why textile waste is something…

  • Little Free Library is the amazing nonprofit responsible for the world's largest book-sharing movement. In the interview, learn more about Little Free Library, why access to books is so important and how to support the nonprofit.
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    Little Free Library

    Little Free Library is the amazing nonprofit responsible for the world’s largest book-sharing movement (did you know: there are over 80,000 Little Free Library sites around the world!). I connected with Branden, the Community Engagement Director at Little Free Library,…

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    FROM

    FROM is an incredibly cool company that creates recycled stationery and other goods. I connected with Hillery, the postmaster and creator of FROM, to learn more about the company. In the interview, learn more about FROM, why it’s important to…

  • In the Greenie Guide podcast interview, learn more about water harvesting and how to save water in your home.
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    Water Harvesting

    Brook is a water harvester, business owner and educator who helps San Diegans save water in their homes and landscapes. In the interview, learn more about water harvesting and how to save water in your home. How to harvest water…

  • greenie guide podcast about eco-action and climate action interviews rachel breen and the garment solidarity project
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    Garment Solidarity Project

    Rachel Breen is an artist and the creator of The Garment Solidarity Project, a project aimed to express solidarity and empathy for garment workers around the world. In the interview, learn more about the Garment Solidarity Project, the garment industry and…