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When the sun goes down on developing worlds, many of their people depend on kerosene lamps to see.  Now a multi-national corporation is reducing pollution, energy costs, petrochemical use, and making millions of people safer…in a single stroke!


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Editor's Note from Sophia Hansen: I find it so interesting what the colors in people's auras mean. In this video we learn what green means when it's present in someone's aura field. 


Intuition & Symbols

by Stephanie Jackman of REAP Calgary

I recently discovered - a website dedicated to providing alternatives for people who want to make a difference without giving up glamour or style. Lighthearted, fun and informative, EcoStiletto has proved that green isn't just fashionable, it's sexy too...

Eco-Products & Services

by Rebecca Frye
This is a delicious and satisfying grain salad, packed with nutrients from the deep green kale, and fresh brussel sprouts, as well as a great source of protein and essential amino acids from the quinoa...






Healing Recipes

by Patty Minall

Hippocrates, who lived in 460 BC to 377 BC, said “Let food be your medicine and medicine be your food.”

He surely must have been talking about my favourite food family – the Crucifers...



Editor's Note from Sam Rafoss: Patty gives us many reasons to consume broccoli and easy ways to prepare and add this green super vegetable to our daily holistic diet.


 Holistic Nutrition

by Justin Mendoza

We may aspire to wear the glamorous creations sashaying down the runways of New York, Milan and Paris, but most of us only invest in some shoes, the ‘it’ bag, the underwear or perfume.  Just a spray on our pulse points and we can all wear Armani for the day...

Editor's Note: I love how Justin really exposes these "chemical cocktails" for what they are and offers some great alternatives like making your own scent using essential oils which is something that I do personally.


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by Rosy Vohra

Used worldwide, the versatile vegetable called okra is characterized by green color, elongated and tapering ridged pods infused with a double row of seeds and slimy texture when cut open. This integral member of the cotton family is indigenous to regions around the Nile in North Africa and the Middle East, for it was discovered dating as far back as 3500 years ago in Ethiopia...



Healing Recipes

by Llyn Peabody and Chris Burns

Here in the Sharing Gardens we practice a style of gardening known as "deep mulching". Just as it is rare to find bare soil in nature, in our gardens you won't find much exposed soil either...

Editor’s notes: This is a good time of year to mulch your gardens.  It will build your soil, and provide nutrients for living soil organisms that keep your plants healthy.  If you have a winter garden,  mulch will help keep your plants warm.



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