More people are turning to composting to recapture and actually reuse their biggest source of waste. If you’ve ever thought, “composting’s just not for me,” you should check out this inspiring post from Cleveland Metroparks Naturalist Bethany Majeski on why she composts.
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Dear parents of Millennials looking for the perfect holiday gift. Your twentysomething kid probably isn't yearning for a sweater from the mall. If they’re at all like Daniel Brown and Michael Robinson, consider making a small donation to their crowd funding campaign and support their dream. In Brown and Robinson’s case, that would be starting a bike composting business in...
If you’ve ever had an idea for a business, then you can appreciate the spark of innovation that Enterprise Nurture An Idea Competition hopes to reward.
Enterprise Community Partners is raising the stakes of their Green Communities investment by placing $80,000 in grants in Cleveland neighborhoods that have shown a commitment to sustainability. Enterprise is a national funder of affordable—and in the last decade, ‘green built’—homes, with a local office that has supported development such as pedestrian-friendly Tremont Pointe.
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