Category Archives: EcoAwareness

  1. Alternate Energy

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    February 26, 2013 by Zee

    Whether at home, involving transportation or throughout daily life we will need to evaluate and reduce our consumption and possibly diversify our energy sources.

  2. Green Building Best Practices


    February 25, 2013 by Zee

    By designing the new community infrastructure in a way that is economically efficient, builds social capital amongst community members and is also environmentally friendly will have a reverse impact on our deteriorating urban atmosphere.

  3. Red Zones to Greenspace; Urban Infrastructure Improvement

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    February 23, 2013 by Zee

    Much like in grade school Red Zone is the area on a map that is circled because its a problem, hindering further development.
    We strive to turn the worst areas into ones everyone can enjoy. Through vacant lot renewal we can transform blight into highlights.

  4. Build a Garden, Build a Entrepreneurship Network around Processing

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    February 21, 2013 by Zee

    Through incorporating community grown produce into their seasonal meal planning and menus, organizations like meals on wheels, soup kitchens or even senior living homes could provide health and community benefit to those most likely to be nutritionally challenged.

  5. Build a Garden Build an Entrepreneurship Network Around Distribution

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    February 21, 2013 by Zee

    I can’t tell you how hurt I am to watch something I tended for months wither away uneaten in the back of my fridge, or to watch my neighbors tomatoes ripen and rot on the vine…

  6. Build a Garden, Build an Entrepreneurs Network


    February 21, 2013 by Zee

    By focusing on developing community relationships between
    agricultural growers,
    with teams of pickers, packers,
    distributors, and delivery persons
    through the entrepreneurial ideas of food processors in each step of the process,
    we create a responsive and competitive niche locality in Philadelphia’s consumables market.

  7. Why Community Supported Agriculture?


    August 3, 2012 by Zee

    Community Supported Agriculture provides an avenue for a direct connection with ones consumables (actually growing, seeing them grow, preparing and nurturing plants)and can have a therapeutic effect on the mind and body.

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