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Multidisciplinary by nature, GreenFILE draws on the connections between the environment and a variety of disciplines such as agriculture, education, law, health and technology. Topics covered include global climate change...
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Garden Growth

Written by TeenCrewSt A. on
The very first St. Andrews library garden is growing up! Staff planted carrots, onions, radishes, and Swiss chard to get the early spring season swinging. In April, we planted squash and zucchini. We partnered with the Square Foot Garden Foundation to plant a "spaghetti garden" with everything you'd need for homemade...
At MOTHER EARTH NEWS we believe that complicated problems deserve simple solutions. Each special issue is themed, to give you the best in-depth knowledge available. Whether you want an organic garden, energy independence, country...
MOTHER EARTH NEWS is the Original Guide to Living Wisely. Launched in 1970, each bimonthly issue of MOTHER EARTH NEWS features practical and money-saving information on cutting energy costs; using renewable energy; organic...
GreenSource covers sustainable design, green building, LEED projects, green & sustainable products, case studies for architects, engineers, designers, contractors & owners. Available issues: Nov/Dec 2012 to...
Covers the environmental issues for each U.S. state and Canadian province. Essays include an introduction that describes the geographical and geological features of the state/province, information on how global climate change could...
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A Bright Exchange

Written by Ellen B. on
The world changed in October of 1879. Thomas Edison produced the first long-burning incandescent light bulb. Lighting before his invention was a risky proposition exposing people to the...
Written by Heather G. on
It's the time of year to enjoy fresh treats from our gardens! Join Richland Library this Saturday, July 20th, from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Palmetto Tasty Tomato Festival at City Roots. Come by our tent to check out gardening and tomato books for all ages. We'll also have children's crafts and a reading quilt. Still need...
Written by Sarah G. on
What do death and ecological conservation have in common? More than you might think. Join us for a screening of the short documentary Dying Green on Monday, April 15th from 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm in the Bostick Auditorium at the Main Library. This film...
Written by Alexis on
Spring is the perfect time to think about a fresh start. Why else would we go to the trouble of spring cleaning? As you go through your house getting it ready for a fresh start – tossing the junk that clouds your mind and sucks away your energy - why don’t you consider putting an end to the energy vampires that...

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