Friday Green Links – 2/26
So the links this week are a little heavy on the makeup, because that’s what’s on my mind. I promise to be all butch again next week. On to the links:
- Organic Personal Care Products – Focus Organic. Guest poster Jeff McIntire-Strasburg points out that personal care products are allowed to use the term “organic” without being certified in any way.
- My Personal Care Products – The Conscious Shopper. Erin talks about the personal care products that she uses.
- Simplify Your Life with the 60 Percent Solution – It’s Frugal Being Green. I think I have to admit to a girl-crush on Erin from The Conscious Shopper. I didn’t even realize this was her until after I’d already included it here.
- Green Paints Top Consumer Reports List – It Pays to Live Green. Does this mean low-VOC paints have come a long way or Consumer Reports has?
- Celebrating MOO – Bar Harbor Times. Maine dairy farmers cut by Hood make their own organic co-op.
- Boston “Bike Czar” Nicole Freedman Talks Bike-Share & Urban Cycling – Boston GreenScene. This is for you, Elisabeth.
- Adventures in Vermicomposting – The Greenest Dollar. Since I’m still starving my worms (who are, oddly enough, thriving) to get rid of flies, I’m vermicomposting vicariously.
- How to Sew on a Button Correctly – The Digerati Life. I know, I know—who doesn’t know how to sew on a button? Me.
- Ten Uses for Hydrogen Pyroxide – One Green Generation. Still collecting cleaning info…
- RIP, Hummer – Boing Boing. We win! Woo-hoo!
That’s all for this week. As usual, if you see anything interesting, send it my way.