What’s in Your Condoms?

What’s in your condom? That’s a question Meika Hollender wants you to ask yourself. Most condoms contain harmful ingredients including Nitrosamine, a carcinogen. The condom companies don’t want you to know this, so they don’t put it on the labels and make the ingredients hard to find.

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Food Freedom- A Year of Growing and Foraging 100% of My Food

Announcing my next big project!

For one year I will grow and forage 100% of my food, while living in the urban city of Orlando, Florida. Every single morsel of food, down to the salt, oils, and herbs will come from the land and I will harvest it myself. I will go an entire year without eating food from grocery stores (including the dumpsters), restaurants, or even taking a nibble of chocolate or a sip of tea at a party.

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Buying Backyard Veggies From your Neighbor

How many miles did your meal travel from the farm to your plate? Chances are, too many! Vinder is an online community marketplace where you can buy and sell fresh produce straight from your neighbors. “It allows you to know who is growing your food and how it’s being grown and where it’s being grown.”

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Summer Rayne Oakes’ Urban Jungle Apartment

Meet Summer Rayne Oakes. She has over 600 plants in her Brooklyn apartment and a rescued foster chicken! She started with one plant 7 years ago and now has created an urban jungle in her own apartment.

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Opportunity Village Tiny House Community for Homeless

Over 500,000 people are homeless in the USA every night. This tiny house community for the homeless is a solution! Opportunity Village in Eugene, Oregon is transitioning the unhoused into sustainable living situations. What started with an empty, unused lot of land is now a village of 30 tiny houses!

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Food Not Bombs​ is Spreading Across the World!

“Food Not Bombs” is spreading across the world! Starting in Cambridge, Massachusetts 37 years ago, they are now in 500 cities in the USA and 60 countries worldwide. To combat hunger, homelessness, and poverty, they rescue food that is going to waste and provide free meals to feed the hungry. Local stores, food banks, and farmers markets donate fresh ingredients, which a team of volunteers cook and serve.

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We Need more Public Bathrooms!

Ever had to hold it in because you couldn’t find a bathroom? We need more public bathrooms! The nonprofit “PHLUSH” is committed to improving our public toilet system by making restrooms more accessible for everyone. “We think public toilets are just as essential as street lights, curb cuts, or running water systems in cities.”

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Backyard Farmer Store

Welcome to The Eugene Backyard Farmer, an urban farming store that makes farming easier and more accessible in cities. Millions of people are waking up to where our food is coming from and many across the nation are starting to grow their own.

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The ReCyclery Community Cycling Center

Welcome to the ReCyclery, a community cycling center empowering people to live a more active lifestyle. For 10 years, they have been building bikes and promoting cycling for a healthier, more sustainable community. The ReCyclery sells everything you need to get started. They also have an affordable rent-a-bike program, making bicycles more accessible to all.

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