Tag Archives: sustainability

Vermiculture Made Cheap and Easy

It’s been almost a year since I last talked about our “pet” composting worms, so I thought I’d revisit the subject and share some information on how we actually built our worm composting bin. January is a great time of … Continue reading

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Fear and Loathing in Bicycleland

In my last post, I talked about how fear can hold us back from taking on actions that are better for us, society, and the environment, like bicycling to work or cooking dinner. I offered a number of ways to … Continue reading

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Guest Post at DC Food for All – Food Forests and Renewable Energy: A Great Combination

In my local food work with Ecolocity D.C., I occassionally write for D.C. Food for All, a group blog with contributors from a variety of regional food justice organizations. Today, I just published a post on there about Ecolocity’s effort … Continue reading

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Why Bikes are Superior to Cars, Catastrophic Failure Edition

Now, as you might have guessed from the theme of this blog, I don’t drive much. When I do drive, it’s the 2000 Saturn coupe that I received as a junior in high school, not long after I earned my … Continue reading

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Ride Report: These are a Few of my Favorite Things…

Trail(s): Roads, Bethesda Trolley Trail, Capital Crescent Trail Distance: 35ish miles Weather: Overcast but pleasant, temperatures in the low 70s Company: Just me I’ve been riding down to D.C. quite a bit, in part because there’s been a number of … Continue reading

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