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GO GREEN pamphlets
5 years ago
From Eric Garcetti, Council President
GO GREEN on Earth Day

The City of Los Angeles has many resources to help Angelenos live and work in a more environmentally-sustainable manner. The Department of Public Works, Department of Water and Power, and other city agencies operate programs to help residents and businesses go green and save money.

I have created a series of GO GREEN pamphlets to provide a one-stop source of information for multiple city programs administered by multiple agencies.

 

Copies of the GO GREEN series can be found in English and Spanish on my website:
I hope you will find them useful!
Green Map resource, relevant to SoCal and palnet wide
6 years ago
Social Mapping for Sustainable Community Development

Green Map System, the award-winning 13-year old non-profit that supports a global community mapping movement, is now building a social mapping website to significantly expand the promotion of green living resources worldwide.

The Open Green Map will invite visitors to add their own commentary, ratings, images and videos to each natural, cultural and sustainability site charted on the map, in any language.

The impacts will also be collected, so everyone can assess how each site, pathway and resource is changing the habits of people and communities.

 

Think Global, Map Local!

 

Find your local library
6 years ago

http://www.publiclibraries.com/california.htm


And see whether it has a certain book in stock:


http://worldcat.org/



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Community-supported agriculture
6 years ago

"Community-supported agriculture (CSA) is a relatively new socio-economic model of food production, sales, and distribution aimed at both increasing the quality of food and the quality of care given the land, plants and animals – while substantially reducing potential food losses and financial risks for the producers. It is also a method for small-scale commercial farmers and gardeners to have a successful, small-scale closed market. CSA’s focus is usually on a system of weekly delivery or pick-up of vegetables."

Find a local SCA farm:

http://www.biodynamics.com/csa.html

http://www.localharvest.org/csa/

http://newfarm.org/farmlocator/index.php

http://www.wilson.edu/wilson/asp/content.asp?id=1567

http://www.eatwellguide.org/i.php?id=Home

VegSantaBarbara
6 years ago

Vegetarian and Vegan Restaurant Guide to Santa Barbara: http://www.vegsantabarbara.com

Craig's List
6 years ago

Craig's list is mostly stuff for sale, rather than free, so (hopefully) it's better quality stuff. Find links to the California pages here.

Freecycle
6 years ago

Got stuff you don't want? Give it away! Need stuff? Find it here! The Freecycle Network: Freecycle.org. Not so much recycling, as reusing, which is all to the good.

green LA girl blog
6 years ago

One of my favorite sources of green networking and news is green LA girl blog, blogged by Siel Ju. Check her (she's very personable, connected) and her website out at: http://greenlagirl.com She also has an enviro-blog at the LA Times, Emerald City,  LAtimes.com

- from her site:

About green LA girl

Posted by Siel in green LA girl (June 6, 2005 at 10:19 am)

Need to reach me? Email me at greenlagirl@gmail.com.

green LA girl is Siel, a grad student, writer and scorpio with a froogle wishlist.

Find me on Facebook, Myspace, and Twitter.

My enviro blogging happens at Emerald City at LATimes.com, which launched Oct. 2007. But green LA girl remains for all other things Siel –

See what I’ve been knitting and reading, and frappr yourself on the green LA girl Frappr map.

Live in LA and wanna go green? Check out my guide to LA And here’s a calendar of green events in LA that I either will or wish I could attend.

California recycling centers
6 years ago

Find a recycling centre near you: www.bottlesandcans.com

Ideal Bite
6 years ago

IdealBite.com send out daily, easy-to-implement green living tips via email, and they now have special additions for Los Angeles, San Francisco, New York & Chicago.

Vegetarians in Paradise
6 years ago
A Los Angeles Vegetarian Web Magazine A Nonprofit Vegetarian Public Service PublicationReaching over 125,000 visitors monthly

VegDining.com
6 years ago
International Vegetarian Union
6 years ago

IVU is a great resource:

http://www.ivu.org/

Farmers' Markets
6 years ago

Find a California Farmer's Market:

http://www.cafarmersmarkets.com/search/

Greenopia
6 years ago

Greenopia - 'The Urban Dweller's Guide to Green Living'

Los Angeles area guide: http://www.greenopia.com/la/

HappyCow.net
6 years ago

Happy Cow's list of veggie places to eat in California:

http://www.happycow.net/north_america/usa/california/index.html

VegGuide.org
6 years ago

VegGuide's list of places in California:

http://www.vegguide.org/region/16

(Mostly food places, but some stores too)

Online resources for SoCal
6 years ago
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Lists of farmers' markets, travel guides, food guides, local papers, anything else you can think of or find, post 'em all here, folks.