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Leftover Summer StainsPosted on September 20th, 2011
Now that the kids went back to school, you might start to notice leftover summer messes polluting your carpets, rugs and even upholstery. Sand from beach trips, popsicle stains and grass make your home look tired and worn after the … Continue Reading
A Little Warmth on a Cool DayPosted on September 20th, 2011
As Fall temperatures continue to drop throughout the day, stay warm with a little help from some of the beautiful, seasonal onions. Try this French Three Onion soup to give you a warm, full belly.
French Three Onion Soup
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Celebrate National Organic Harvest Month this SeptemberPosted on September 15th, 2011
In an effort to educate more consumers about the ever-growing organic food, farming and industry, the smart folks over at the Organic Trade Association chose September as a celebratory month called National Organic Harvest Month. This month highlights the quality … Continue Reading
Back to Fall with Local Seasonal VeggiesPosted on September 14th, 2011 Welcome the fall back with seasonal vegetables like fresh pumpkin, crisp endive and healthy broccoli from your local, organic farmers. Help your health and reduce your carbon footprint with seasonal, local vegetables.
Summer Showers Bring Fall AllergiesPosted on September 14th, 2011 Out of the summer allergy season and right into Fall allergies. With all the dead leaves and pollen floating around, you'll need to stay clean and clear to avoid winter sickness. Follow our helpful tips to keep you ahead of the Fall allergies.
Electric Green: Battery RecyclingPosted on September 14th, 2011 Before you throw away your used batteries consider the dangers they pose to the environment and your health. Instead go electric green and find a battery recycling program in your neighborhood...
AllergiesPosted on September 14th, 2011
Allergists across the United States continue to predict that this summer could bring the worst allergy season in 40 years. Many doctors attribute this to the increase amount of pollen floating through the warm summer breezes and mold happily growing … Continue Reading