Himalayan Salt Lamps- Benefits & Uses

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Have you ever noticed how mentally and physically refreshed you feel after sitting by a gashing waterfall? Or how you experience a boost in energy after spending some time at an untamed seafront? What makes you feel so good in spots of this kind is the abundance of negative ions, which get produced in some… Continue reading »

Stay Warm & Save Money This Winter

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Courtesy of Tucson Electric Power You can reduce your home heating costs by making smart changes during the winter months. Instead of closing curtains and blinds to the sunlight, open them so the sunlight streams into your home, creating natural heat during the day. Making sure your home’s weather stripping, caulking and sealing is in… Continue reading »

San Francisco Becomes First City To Ban The Sale Of Plastic Bottles

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Plastic pollution is one of the greatest burdens to the environment. Believe it or not, enough plastic is discarded every year to circle the globe four times. Even worse, it is estimated that 50% of the plastic on this planet is used only once before being thrown away. To curb the issue of plastic pollution, the city of San Francisco has just… Continue reading »

Sow Now, Reap Later: Spring Garden Planning Tips

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Design and plan your garden during the winter months in order to get a fresh and early start in the spring. Now is the best time! Choose your site and prepare your soil now for best results in spring. Determine a garden spot that’s sunny most of the day, (keep in mind that bare winter… Continue reading »

Greywater Recycling- What You Should Know

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What Is Greywater? Greywater is any household wastewater with the exception of wastewater from toilets, which is known as blackwater. Typically, 50-80% of household wastewater is greywater from kitchen sinks, dishwashers, bathroom sinks, tubs and showers. Of course, if you use a composting toilet, 100% of your household wastewater is greywater. Freshly generated greywater is… Continue reading »

Water For Our Future Growth

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Who’s Green  has decided to give water use a little extra attention in 2016.  We believe there are many steps, large and small, each of us can take to help keep an ample supply on hand. This is not only for ourselves but also for those who follow.  We will continue to provide you with… Continue reading »

Ring In The New Year With Changes To Help Mother Earth!

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A new year, a new beginning. Now is the time of year we begin thinking of our new year’s resolutions. Will you lose weight? Stop smoking? You may be surprised that making these changes in your lifestyle can not only help you, but mother earth too. Here are some of the familiar New Year’s resolutions… Continue reading »

EAT SEASONALLY! Your Winter List

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Eating seasonally. What does this mean for you? To enjoy the full nourishment of food, you must make your menu a seasonal one. In different parts of the world, and even in different regions of one country, seasonal menus can vary. Ensure optimal nourishment in every season. Each season Who’s Green provides you with a… Continue reading »

Get Your Beauty With These Superfoods!

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by Sarah Horan Tired of reading labels in the drugstore isles looking for pthalate-free skin care, and toluene-free nail polish? Besides using greener cosmetics and personal care products, there’s an easy way to look good and go green: try these super foods for a beautiful boost! Salmon: Pick up a glistening pink organic salmon steak… Continue reading »

Green Up Your Pantry

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The best way to ensure you have everything you need to prepare delicious meals is to keep a well-stocked pantry. When you cook at home you can prepare healthy, nourishing food using quality, fresh ingredients—much better than prepared food that is often loaded with calories, fats, sodium and added sweeteners. Here are some basics to… Continue reading »

Natural Remedies for Cold & Flu Season

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Few people make it through the winter without a scratchy throat and an annoying runny nose. You can’t very well hold your breath all winter, but you can put your immune system in top-notch form to fight colds and flu by employing a variety of natural methods for hastening recovery and easing symptoms, such as… Continue reading »

Eco Friendly Wine- To Drink Or Not To Drink?

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Everyone is trying to be green today, from driving a hybrid car to eating organic produce or switching on energy-efficient light bulbs. The next step to protecting the Earth could be green wine. But would you drink it? Many people want to live a green lifestyle, and drinking wines that are organic and natural can… Continue reading »

Know Your Ingredients: Avoid These 6

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We have learned how important it is to know what ingredients are in the food that we are purchasing for our family, and it’s important to look at every single ingredient before you purchase a product. That may sounds overboard, but remember, the food we eat has the potential to be medicine or poison—so we… Continue reading »

Pumpkin For Your Health!

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With October well underway, you’re likely seeing pumpkins everywhere: outside your local grocery store, on porches and maybe even in your garden. Pumpkins, a variety of squash, play a central role in fall festivities, from filling tasty pies to adorning porches and welcoming trick-or-treaters on Halloween. Indigenous to North America, these bright orange veggies were… Continue reading »

Ways To Conserve Energy In These Cooler Temperatures!

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It’s that time of year again, and we are all facing the same thing- colder temperatures. During these chilly months it is easy to crank up the heat and not think twice about the damage your warm house is having on the environment. How many times have you left your house for a full day… Continue reading »

Toasted Pumpkin Seeds with Chili and Lime

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Crunchy, salty and spicy with a hint of acidity, these toasted pumpkin seeds are a favorite treat at Halloween.  Of course, don’t leave toasted pumpkin seeds to Halloween alone; rather, toast the seeds of any winter squash, eliminating kitchen waste and providing wholesome, nourishing snacks for your family. Ingredients seeds from one large pumpkin (about… Continue reading »

Love Tailgating? Add Some Green!

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Time to gear up and get ready to support your favorite football team .  Fans can grab their hats and jerseys and prepare for the ever popular tailgate parties. While you’re busy cheering your team on with fellow party goers add some of these green ideas into the mix. •    Forget the paper products and… Continue reading »

Seasonal Eats! Butternut Squash Soup with Fontina Crostini

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Fall means winter squash: butternut, delicata, acorn, pumpkin, buttercup (to name a few of my favorites). These squash are very high in vitamins A and C, and are good sources of fiber. Their richly colored flesh tells you they’re a great source of antioxidants and carotenoids. This nourishing butternut squash soup is super easy to… Continue reading »

How To Make Your Own Hand Sanitizer

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Fact: Commercial hand sanitizers are chemically-scented and made with toxic ingredients. While, yes, they do kill certain bacteria and viruses, the unfortunate byproduct is that these chemicals also seep into the pores of the skin and are absorbed into the bloodstream. The primary active ingredients in commercial sanitizers are Ethyl alcohol and Isopropyl alcohol. [1] Isopropyl alcohol… Continue reading »

10 Reasons To Start Composting

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There is no denying that there is a clear win-win situation that comes from regularly composting the planet’s organic waste. While it may take a little effort to set up your own at-home composting system, the results will be worth it. Composting is an important way that we can give back to the local community… Continue reading »

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