Saturday Green Links – 3/3
Just got back from visiting our families in Maine, so not a lot of reading material today. Enjoy!
- Advice for the Busy Urban Locavore, or What I Ate While Writing My Dissertation – Locavore in the City. I don’t think I’ve figured out my system yet, but I’m working on it.
- Using egg shells in the garden – Girl on Bike. I add eggshells to our compost bin because the worms love curling up inside them and laying eggs.
- Why chefs are confused about what fish they can serve – Boston Globe. I’m confused, too. It’s hard to settle on hard-and-fast rules.
- New England Aquarium’s approved fish list – Boston Globe. This seems very close to the Monterey Bay Aquarium’s list.
- A Pot With Benefits – Slate. I’m a little intimidated to use a pressure canner, too, but this may have convinced me to try.
- Even More Eco-Laundry – Green Phone Booth. Another shout-out for soap nuts.
- 21 Important Documentaries to Watch on Netflix Instant – The Good Human. This looks like my good-intentions Netflix list. Unfortunately, my guilty pleasures Netflix list tends to win out.
- Popcorn on the Cob – Farm Share Stories. To go with the movies… Warning: wring the popcorn off the cob first.
That’s all for now. As always, if you come across anything interesting this week, send it my way.