LCV, Chispa, and The Redford Center Partner to Build Community Power Through New Short Film Series

Community Power series spotlights local stories of clean transportation, jobs, and justice. The Redford Center, in collaboration with the League of Conservation Voters (LCV) and Chispa, announced the launch of a new series of short films showcasing community power in a collective call for civic engagement around clean transportation to build a safer, more just…

The Need to Grow A Life Transforming Film

By Vernon Nickerson Sometimes the best independent films are life-transforming. Other times watching and listening to an exceptionally well-told story makes the heart sing. From the collaborative team of Rob Herring (Writer-Director) and Ryan Wirick (Director), The Need to Grow is that film. The subtitle, “Save the SOIL, Save the WORLD,” summarizes an intimate journey…

Nature – Unity of Survival

By Stephan Pisko Nature has adapted to live together within a “unity of survival” human beings’ have not adapted in this way but in much more selfish ways’ greed created the “catastrophic clash” humans’ live together everyday for the pursuit purpose of “self wanting” thereby stimulating confrontation disharmony unnatural effort human beings’ live together within…

A Gardener’s Need To Know

By Jannie Vaught As gardeners, we understand the “Need to know” weather and temperature fluctuation. And it has been a bumpy ride. For the last week, I have been preparing for a Cold Front to be heading this way. It has arrived with a sudden drop and wind. Watching the weather news I thought I…

The Creative Vision Of EarthxFilm For The Earth Everyday

Environmentally-focused film festival announces lineup of Films, Panels, Music, Dance, and XR Programming   EarthxFilm, one of the largest environmental film festivals in the U.S., and EarthXR, the interactive branch of the film festival, have unveiled their lineups of virtual programming celebrating the landmark 50th Anniversary of Earth Day. Kicking off with the pre-festival Music…

It Is That time Of Year

By Jannie Vaught, It is that time of year when the cold fronts blow in then it warms up and all my garden plans are on hold till that pesky soil temperature reaches 60. My living room is full of Tomato and Pepper starts under lights, most of the soil and garden preparations are ready…

Blooming While Practicing Zero Waste

By Jannie Vaught In this article, you will read about gardening, plants, seeds and such but today I would like to venture into another subject that is keeping me and many of us in small towns from “Blooming” and it is the closing of our much-needed recycling areas. Ours closed and now I am overwhelmed…

Chrysler’s Exceptional Pacifica Hybrid

This article first appeared in the Green Journal magazine on January 6, 2017  by our contributor James Groth. Chrysler calls the Pacifica Hybrid ‘the reinvention of the minivan segment,’ and it is. In fact, Chrysler actually created the segment over 30 years ago with its Dodge Caravan/Plymouth Voyager/Chrysler Town and Country models, so it’s fitting…

Lexus LC 500 Athletic, Artistic, Accomplished

Lexus LC 500h On The Kona Coast. Image Credit: James Groth (2017) This article was first published in  hybridtechtalk.com in February 2017 by our contributor James Groth Lexus LC 500 Athletic, Artistic, Accomplished by: James Groth, Miles Ahead Communications – Kona, Hawaii – February 2017 “Experience Amazing” is the new tag line for Lexus. The…

The Dreamweaver Artist Ranch Apparel and Tote

The Art Of Monteque in cooperation with Movie Reviews and More  Uncle Earl Enterprises  on June 21, 2019  will be launching The Dreamweaver Artist Ranch apparel on  Bonfire.  This is to benefit the Dreamweaver Artist Ranch development. Here are just a few of the options which will be available to buy in support of the…