Join us for Earth Day in Snohomish celebration! April 22, Sunday.
10 am -5 pm - music, fun, interactive demonstrations by groups, individuals and businesses promoting eco-friendly life, music by Dana Lyons, Chris Chisholm and artists from Tim Noah Thumbnail Theater at
Earth Day - April 22, 2012!
6pm - 8 pm . showing of eco-oriented movie and zero waste pot-luck party at The Riverside Gallery and Natural Clothing Co. at 1101 1st St, lower level.
Tunnel Creek had become overgrown with non-native plants and clogged with litter. Despite the loss of a grant, two teens Angela Shen (left), 14, and Dominique De La Fuente, 12, co-founded Teens In Action to help their Lynnwood community in positive ways and remained steadfast to their mission.
Listen to Dominique De La Puente co-founder of Teens in Action in Lynnwood. Read the story in the Everett Herald. To help with the Spring clean up call 425-742-5026
(photo Chris Goodenow from the Everett Herald)
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American's couldn't imagine living without coffee in the morning. Coffee is the second largest commodity in international commerce. Organic shade grown coffee is grown under the tree canopy, so large amounts of forest can be preserved, plus this method of growing stimulate the environment's natural development of disease and pest control.
Fair Trade Certification label allows farmers and the farm workers to escape poverty by providing them the skills and means to compete in the global market of agriculture products.
Listen to Rick MacDonald of BlueStilly Coffee Roasters an Organic Fair Trade coffee business located in Marysville, WA. To find out more go to www.bluestilly.com or call 425-501-5270
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Traditional Ecological Knowledge is the term used to describe the skills, wisdom and understanding of nature that our Ancestors had when they lived close to the land. Listen to Jason Knight co-founder and program director of www.wildernesscollege.com
This program was aired first on KSER 90.7FM community radio in Everett.
Governor Gregoire proclaimed May 3- May 9, 2009 as Native Plant Appreciation Week.
This week is a celebration of the amazing diversity of over 3000 native plants species that inhabit Washington. Native plant ecosystems are critical to sustaining our native wildlife and the quality of Washington's environment.
Listen to Kerry Marl volunteer coordinator of Steward of Forest Park talk about being stewards of native plants in Everett. www.sofp.org