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What's green and coming our way?

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By Unknown #2 January 4, 2010
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Can farming save Detroit?

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Food rules to live by

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By Unknown #2 January 4, 2010
Michael Pollan is king of the pithy food-based one-liner. His line "Eat food. Not too much. Mostly plants" has become a mantra for the slow food movement. And he's back with more. Working on a new book, "Food Rules," Pollan offers simple advice on eating right. It's not complicated, it's not science... it's basic common sense. He's still accepting submissions, so if you have a word of advice (perhaps something your grandmother said), send it his way. Read more...
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Outpost gives back

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By Unknown #2 January 5, 2010
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Whoa! That's a lot of food!

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By Unknown #2 January 5, 2010
Outpost owners and customers helped the co-op donate an amazing 1,336 bags of food to Hunger Task Force as part of the recent Buy-A-Bag program. Shoppers paid $20 for a $40 bag of food, and it all added up quickly. The end result? An astonishing $53,000 worth of food! Read more...
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An interview with that t-shirt guy

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Rishi on the radio

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By Unknown #2 January 6, 2010
The people at Rishi Tea have partnered with Madison's Kathleen Show, a nationally syndicated radio talk show that focuses on good health, sustainability and green lifestyles. Read more...
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Love books? Love supporting local book stores?

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By Unknown #2 January 6, 2010
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Don't worry, Avatar will save us

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By Unknown #2 January 6, 2010
"... Going green is just another luxury that we have learnt to do without in the recession. Yet the planet may be saved? Read more...
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Madison board to vote on urban ag school

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By Unknown #2 January 6, 2010
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Don't miss MAM's green fair!

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By Unknown #2 January 8, 2010
Saturday, Jan. 30 is the date for the Milwaukee Art Museum's green fair. The event will feature green vendors and non profits, gallery talks and artist demos, including Hongtao Zhou, who will be building furniture out of ice and snow on the museum's east lawn. Read more...
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Blog nod

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By Unknown #2 January 8, 2010
Fans of Apartment Therapy surely know about this wonderful blog. The Kitchnis the apartment's cooking wing, offering snippets of practical advice, as well as beautiful photo tours of well-designed kitchens, and recipes. Read more...
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Live in Shorewood or Whitefish Bay? Want to recycle your tree?

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By Unknown #2 January 8, 2010
Shorewood and Whitefish Bay residents have a green option for Christmas tree disposal. Trees left out on the curb can end up in landfill, not chipped for mulch. Why? Because ornaments and decorations accidentally left on them can damage chipper machines. Read more...
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Bookseller talks about big box stores and Kindle

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By Unknown #2 January 11, 2010
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There's a dinosaur on your doorstep

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By Unknown #2 January 11, 2010
It's a question you've probably asked a few times in recent years, and it's probably time the question was asked officially: Do you use a phonebook? Read more...
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Beauty is more than skin deep

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By Unknown #2 January 11, 2010
You don't want to subject your skin to chemical warfare in the pursuit of a healthy complexion (irony intended). The Kathleen Show in Madison tackles the important topic of toxic personal care products. Read more...
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Creative mind and a green thumb?

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By Unknown #2 January 11, 2010
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Can't afford a Prius?

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By Unknown #2 January 12, 2010
That makes ... oh, a few million of us. But don't despair, there is good news. And in this case, good news comes in a small, green package (often the best kind). Inhabitat.com alerted us to Toyota's lastest unveil, the FT-CH, a compact, more affordable hybrid that is expected to get about 60 mpg. Read more...
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Pollan gives nod to obesity doc

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By Unknown #2 January 12, 2010
Ode magazine bills itself as the publication for "intelligent optimists." Read more...
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Those pesky, offensive school gardens ...

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By Unknown #2 January 12, 2010
It's hard to imagine, but it appears that a writer at The Atlantic found fault in the current trend of planting educational vegetable gardens in elementary schools. Here, an editorial that discusses the garden bashing and comes to the defense of the movement. Read more...
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