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4 Ways for an Eco-Friendly Thanksgiving

1. Biodiversity. 99 percent of the turkey eaten in the U.S. comes from a single breed. Choosing alternative “heritage” turkeys helps to preserve biodiversity and supports sustainable farming methods. Order one online at heritagefoodusa.com 2. Buy Local Obviously it is always recommended to buy local. There are many farmers that raise turkeys and will even …

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Naturally Treat a Hangover

Buttermilk. Coffee. More alcohol. Even among abstainers, everyone seems to have a favorite remedy for the Holiday hangover. But aside from drinking in moderation (or not drinking at all), what really works? Before you reach for that bottle of ibuprofen, try one of these natural remedies to help lessen next-day headaches, nausea, and dry mouth. …

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Quest for Eco-Friendly TV’s

While trying to gather information on environmentally sound Televisions for our readers, I happened upon an article. Rather than reinvent the wheel, I thought I would highlight some of the pertinent information and provide a link to the article below. As we all know, buying a television can be quite a big decision and quite …

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Great Eco-Geek Gifts for this Holiday Season

Looking for a great gift for your environmentally conscious geek? Well, we have gathered some products that just may be your answer. #1 USBCell AA Batteries Taking rechargeable batteries to a whole new level. Simply flip back the cap and plug these into any powered USB port to recharge them. A great alternative to disposable …

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Eco-Friendly Toothbrushes

Radius Original Toothbrush. The Radius original toothbrush has been around for 22 years. This non-traditional design (made for righties and lefties) not only helps you brush better, but the handle is made from renewable resource plastic. Radius also makes a toothbrush line for children. Radius Source Toothbrush. The Source toothbrush comes with a replaceable head. …

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Most Polluted Places in the World and the United States

My previous entry on Do you Love your Neighbor? lead me to wishing there was a service for eco-geeks to tell whether neighborhoods were polluted before moving there. It’s important information people would want to know, especially if they intended to settle and start a family there. I imagine such a site would be thrown …

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