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Mindful Eating

Mindful Eating

By Kristin Lehar – The kind of food we eat has an enormous impact on the health of our bodies and minds.…

Soundscapes: The radical act of listening

Soundscapes: The radical act of listening

By Venta Rutkauskas – In a worldwide web of connectivity, how can listening bring us closer to our environment and ourselves? The…

Science Matters | David Suzuki | Long Work Hours don’t Work for People or the Planet

Science Matters | David Suzuki | Long Work Hours don’t Work for People or the Planet

By David Suzuki – In 1926, US automaker Henry Ford reduced his employees’ workweek from six eight-hour days to five, with no…

Health & Wellness
Summer soothers: Au naturale

Summer soothers: Au naturale

By Jessica Kirby, Senior Editor of TheGreenGazette – Summer is a great time to be in the chemical business. Statistics aren’t kept…

Grounded Balance

Grounded Balance

By Leah Selk – “Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food” – Hippocrates Many of you may know me…

Car Seat Recycling Program Pilot 2017

Car Seat Recycling Program Pilot 2017

– Submitted by Cariboo-Chilcotin Conservation Society – Waste Wise is proposing a one-year pilot program to recycle car seats, with direct reporting…

Environment

Culture Week in Nemiah Valley a 30-year Tradition

Culture Week in Nemiah Valley a 30-year Tradition

By Sage Birchwater – For the past 30 years, Naghtaneqed School in remote Nemiah Valley has held a…

Conservation Conversation: Got the Blue Box Blues – Introducing WASTE BUSTERS

Conservation Conversation: Got the Blue Box Blues – Introducing WASTE BUSTERS

By Mary Forbes, Cariboo Chilcotin Conservation Society – While attempting to recycle have you ever thought… “Why should…

Sawmill Training Provided to Yunesit’in Community Members

Sawmill Training Provided to Yunesit’in Community Members

By Veronica Meldrum – The Yunesit’in Government recently began training community members in the operation of a portable…

Arts & Education

Publisher’s Letter | Five-Year Anniversary: Green is the new black

Publisher’s Letter | Five-Year Anniversary: Green is the new black

By Lisa Bland, Publisher/Editor-in-Chief – This summer marks the fifth year since I started running TheGreenGazette, and looking…

Green Business Feature | Miss White Spider Arts: Bringing peace and inspiration

Green Business Feature | Miss White Spider Arts: Bringing peace and inspiration

By LeRae Haynes – Miss White Spider Arts is a new, fluid, creative, and versatile business that offers…

Going in Circles – The Walk of the Labyrinth

Going in Circles – The Walk of the Labyrinth

By Margaret-Anne Enders – I have had some challenging experiences in the last little while and my mind,…

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Technology

2016 demonstrated clean energy is here to stay, with or without Trump: report

By Trevor Melanson – As Canadian clean energy companies look to sell their solutions abroad, it’s…

Science | Skywatch with Bill Irwin

By Bill Irwin – This issue finds us looking at the summer months, although recent weather…

Country Living

Confessions of a Farmer: Solstice on the Farm

By Terri Smith – June has always been my favourite month. When you’re a rural kid…

Raising Amadeus

By Terri Smith – The ‘real’ world isn’t easy. The things we are supposed to care…

Featured Green Businesses

Green Business Feature | Green Sisters – Award winning natural health and beauty products

By LeRae Haynes – In the heart of the beautiful Cariboo region of BC is Green…

Cariboo MamaCare: A guardian angel for your baby

By LeRae Haynes – Trish Nairn from Cariboo Mamacare provides a unique, personal, and supportive service…

 

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