Photo courtesy of Booth regular, Jess Nichols of Sweet Eventide.
FLOR Modular Carpet Tiles: Jess from Sweet Eventide shares information about an eco-friendly company with an attractive product.
Avoiding the Halloween Headache of Consumerism: Going Green Mama has tips for an eco-friendly day o'Trick-or-Treating!
Not Just Green: In accepting a One Lovely Blog Award, Green Bean links to some of the Boothers' favorite green blogs.
Meaningful Memories Mondays: The Conscious Shopper invites guest bloggers to share ideas for making the holidays less hectic and more, well, meaningful. Check out all the Meaningful Memory posts!
5-Minute Fix: DIY Salad Spinner: Envirambo shares a nifty, frugal kitchen tip (and a fun animated picture!).
Conscious Shopper Challenge: Learn to Cook: Erin challenges you to dive right in when you get in the kitchen. Learning to cook is one big step to greening your groceries.
Foodies of the Future: Green Bean is teaching a kids' cooking class!
Two Years Ago:
Recycled Sweaters: Wool Felt Projects: Jenn the Green Mom joins the Booth with instructions on felting old sweaters and remaking them into quilts, mittens, hats and Christmas stockings.
Raising Chickens in the Suburbs: JAM shares tips with Green Bean, who is getting chickens — and they share the advice with the rest of us!
A Day on the Farm: Greenhabilitator muses about the change in perspective, when gardening and sewing become a lifestyle we choose rather than chores we dread.
Handmade for the Holidays: The Conscious Shopper shares links for handmade gift patterns, with an eye on the calendar creeping toward December 25th.
Ladies & Gentlemen, Mr. Michael Pollan: EnviRambo shares some thoughts after hearing Michael Pollan speak.
Arugula for One, Arugula for All: Green Bean embraces the Real Food Movement (and she has some great ideas on doing it rather inexpensively!)
Green Collar Economy: The Conscious Shopper reviews Green Collar Economy. "Hands down, this was my favorite non-fiction book of all the books I've read in the past year (and I read a lot)," she says.