Continuing through 100 Steps to Living More Sustainably this episode focuses on planting a Community Orchard either at your place of worship or along a street in your town or maybe even a park. Learn about the success of Dunwoody, GA's community orchard.
Let's get serious about living more sustainable. Beth has created a list of 100 things you can do to live more sustainable. She will be scoping frequently allowing Periscope viewers to pick a number on any given day and she will discuss what item that is.
February is Black History Month and what better way to talk about environmental justice than to do in month where we celebrate the contributions of African Americans to our great nation.
Making healthy choices is becoming easier and easier. Whole foods is the best way to go but that is not always possible. So Beth has found a bunch of NonGMO, organic and natural products to make your snacks better. Whether you are a weekend warrior or staying home watching movies, there's a snack for everyone.
Beth is still encouraging folks to get on Periscope. There is so much room for people to talk sustainability. As part of the #ShareTheLuv Campaign hosted by Kim Garst of Boom Social, Beth lists her top scopers starting off with Kim Garst, herself. Beth has found, organic food policy guru Max Goldberg and a bunch of paleo folks so tune in to find out who is scope worthy!
On this Scope, Beth wass visiting her cousin's quilt store, SEW-MINI Things, when she found a great example of using everything. Homesteading, is a reference to pioneer living. It has now become a huge movement where people are canning, growing, herding, chicken raising and using things wisely. Beth loves this example of how being creative can make sure that you never have a scrap of fabric left over again!