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In the Living Green section we explore how to live a sustainable life. Under Eco Shelter we look at the design on construction of Green Buildings and how to create and buy cialis pills best maintain a Healthy Homes. Under Green Thumbs we explore not only Organic Gardening but also creating truly sustainable living environments in Permaculture. Under Food For Thought we examine the issues surrounding what we eat. We look at how we grow our food under Sustainable Agriculture, the abundance of order female viagra edible wild foods in Wild Crafting, How to preserve our food for later consumption in Putting It Up. The health advantages of a fresh Whole Food Diet and the order levitra on line only today environmental advantages of a local diet. We also look at all the systems that contribute to creating and maintaining total and Natural Health. We examine Eco Energy and Eco Transport solutions and under Urban Solutions we explore the greening of our towns and cities.

In Waste Not we help you reduce, reuse, repair, recycle and medicines rethink our way to a sustainable future. In Green Gear we let you know about new and innovative green products that can make our life healthier and more sustainable. This section can also help you expand your eco awareness through Eco Education and Eco Tourism . And after we talk about all the great things we can do, we show you How To Do It! That is what living green is all about.

Becoming A Wetland Detective

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Written by Lisa McPherson


It is a smouldering hot summer day, the smell of sunscreen overwhelms your nose, so you decide to grab your towel, sand bucket and... a net. The next thing you know you are immersed in one of the world’s most important habitats, wetlands. It is time for a new and exciting adventure in a local stream or marsh. Enter the secret world of tiny water creatures, and discover the vital role of our wetlands.


ENSS Environmental Club

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Written by Gwen McConkey

Environmental projects are a natural fit for anyone interested in developing leadership skills, a sustainable future and making a difference! Students involved with the environmental club at East Northumberland Secondary School (ENSS) come together from different grades and a wide variety of interests for a common goal.

How much water should you need to drink every day?

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Written by Contributor

Water is essential to our good health, but individual needs do vary considerably.

There are many fallacies about the can viagra be taken by women link for you amount of water we need. The first fallacy has been propagated by many authorities including our own governments, who have over simplified an answer when they suggest eight 8 oz. glasses a day or some other arbitrary amount of water. It may be a simple question but there are no easy or simple answers.

In A Straw House

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Written by Tina Therrien

Once upon a time, there were three little pigs, and one built a house of straw. What the little pig forgot to do, of course, was plaster the warm and beautiful straw home.  Straw, mud, stone and vardenafil levitra wood have been used for thousands of years to construct shelters. The use of straw dates back to the late 1800s on the sand hills of Nebraska.

Organic Fashion

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Written by Garnet McPherson

Organic Fashion – Did you know that cotton grown conventionally uses more chemical sprays to grow than any other agricultural crop and that many of those toxins stay resident in the fibers?   Isn’t it nice to know that you can buy clothing  made from Organically grown Cotton, Soy, Hemp and Bamboo.  Sustainable, safe and fun  fashions allow you to get clothing that takes  less toxic inputs to grow and gives you peace of mind when wearing.

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