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Becoming Energy Independent with Wind Turbines

Electricity is something which we have only become more dependent on since it was first made available to our homes. Of course, electricity can be quite expensive, but our modern lifestyles require access to a steady supply of electrical energy, so people will make sacrifices in other areas to keep this essential utility on.

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An Introduction To Wind Power

With so many people starting to understand the benefits of going green, there is a sudden interest in wind power but not too many people really know what it is all about. Wind power is simply using wind to make energy like electricity by the use of wind turbines.

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How To Start With Residential Wind Power

Whether you want to get set up to live off the grid or just want to experiment with getting some extra power to keep down your energy bills, building your own residential wind power system is something you need to look into.

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What Are The Benefits To Having A Vegetable Garden

For those of you who love gardening, then growing your very own vegetable garden from home is a fantastic hobby. For those who would like to get fresh and safe food harvested from your own sources, then growing a vegetable garden is a very viable way to ensure the quality of the food you get. You can avoid the artificial chemicals and pesticides that are usually sprayed on farm food produce.

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DIY Solar Power at Home

The year is 2009 and our environment is deteriorating faster than ever before. The automakers are forced to convert to renewable energies if they wish to survive and the power of severe storms is more incredible than ever before. On top of all that, the icecaps are melting and we’re even cutting down our own […]

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Why Use Organic Fertilizers?

Why Organic? It has been said that the externalized cost of chemical agriculture is being paid in the form of resource deletions, contaminated water, co2 emissions and greenhouse gases, soil depletion, and loss of species. The human cost is equally large. Loss of family-run farms and agriculture, the extermination of small towns and local economies, […]

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California Green Consultants

The greater Los Angeles area is an excellent choice for the second Green Consultant training event in 2009. The state of California is involved in one of the most challenging battles between population growth and natural resources compared to almost any other state. The people of the state of California seem unique position to be the leaders, trend-setters, and innovators of a new and better way to live and do business without destroying the things we all need and love.

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No Green Thumb? No Problem!

The definition of “house plant” is pretty loose now days. Everything from exotic flowers to stark cacti to lush trees can be a house plant. If you can fit it through the door and it grows, it’s a house plant. Coming in all shapes and sizes, these plants all have special needs to keep them healthy and looking good in your home. Even if you’re not a green thumb, you can keep them looking great with just a few simple tips.

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Building A Green House – As Easy As It Gets

Building a commercial green house may seem like a daunting task, but with the easy availability of commercial green house kits, there is really no necessity to break your head over raising a commercial green house from scratch. Earlier it took days of planning and toiling to put the whole project together. Now it’s just […]

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Going Green! Environmentally Friendly Home Decor

You recycle, traded in your SUV for a hybrid car and always ask for paper instead of plastic at the grocery store. You care about the future of the planet and know that means doing your part to help the environment. There are easy ways that you can incorporate your desire to reduce your carbon […]

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