Groovy Green: How To Start A Compost Pile by Aaron Newton
"Here we are cruising into April which means many parts of the country are experiencing the first warm days of spring. Also arriving is the annual spring cleaning of yards across America as people deal with the remaining fallen leaves of last autumn and mow down their lawns for the first time this year."
Inhabitat: T-Shirt Design Competition! by Jill Fehrenbacher
"In honor of Inhabitat’s recent two-year-birthday we are launching our first ever design competition - a green T-shirt design contest! We have always wanted our very own eco-friendly Inhabitat T-shirt, incorporating organic cotton, water-based inks and a super cute design, to illustrate our mission of green design = good design."Jen's Green Journal: What are we willing to sacrifice for peace? by Jennifer Killpack-Knutsen. "A couple of friends of mine have started a new kind of peace campaign: a petroleum peace offering. They are asking those opposed to the war to commit to not driving one day per week. From their just launched website, http://www.nodriveday.org."
Observer Organic Allotment Blog: Allotment Question Time by Ian Tucker
"Last Saturday Gardeners' Question time legend Bob Flowerdew left his Norfolk farm to join us on the plot. Bob is the author of a dozen books or so, most recently The Gourmet Gardener - a fantastic guide to growing anything from gooseberries to guavas in your back yard. So we thought he could give us some useful advice..."
Sludgie: The Carnival Of The Green #71 by Francis Stokes
"When I was a child, I used to stare up at the night sky through my bedroom window, at the faint glow of the Chicago lights that blotted out all the less famous stars, and I would dream of running away and joining the Carnival Of The Green. I would imagine I was, say, a blog post on green architecture, or a commentary on biodiesel. It’s fairly remarkable, actually, considering there weren’t any blog posts back then, or blogs."