This guy wants to turn YOUR POOP into fertilizer!

Jared Criscuolo wants to turn your poop into fertilizer. In 2012, Jared got sick from polluted water while surfing. The water was contaminated with wastewater and runoff from the city. This is a common occurrence in the USA, and Jared set out to be part of the solution to our waste problems.

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Share Shed- A Library of Things

Guest blog by: Mirella Ferraz from the Network of Wellbeing

People are drowning in stuff. Many people have more stuff than they need and use, while others find themselves lacking useful goods that could help improve their lives. So this leads to questioning: Why buy when you can borrow? Why hold on to goods you don’t need when you can lend them to others? The recently launched Share Shed is one community-based response to these questions.

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Permaculture Country Club

Welcome to The Permaculture Country Club in Costa Rica, the model for an environmentally conscious country club. Most country clubs are based around golf courses, which use huge amounts of toxic fertilizers, pesticides, fossil fuels, water, and land. The Permaculture Country Club is out to be an example for a better way of life.

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This Grocery Store Could Put Fast Food out of Business!

Welcome to the Daily Table. This the grocery store that could put fast food out of business. 40% of food grown in the USA goes to waste, while nearly 50 million Americans live in food insecure households. Daily Table is a solution to both food waste and hunger. They recover excess food from supermarkets and growers that would have otherwise gone to waste and sell it at deeply discounted prices to provide affordable, healthy food for the food insecure.

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The Woman Bringing a Healthy Alternative to Soda to Her Community

Meet Jing Chen, Founder of JinBuCha. She’s serving up a healthy alternative to soda in her community. The average American drinks 45 gallons of soda per year, and over 1/3rd of Americans are obese. We all know soda makes people fat and contributes to diseases like diabetes, but many of us don’t know there’s a healthy and refreshing alternative!

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The Woman Spreading Heirloom Seeds Across Her Community

Guest Blog by: Brijette Romstedt

It all started with a little glass tea cup with adorable pink flowers etched on them.  In this tea cup, I would store seeds delicately chosen from only the most outstanding plants in the garden. Those tea cups quickly overflowed.  The excess was put in glass jars in the closet until that closet overflowed.

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