Practically Green: A Fun & Addictive Way to Go Green

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A rather fun show this week. Perhaps it was all that talk about food and natural and creative ways to dye easter eggs. Or maybe it was Meghan Van Dyk, being in the studio with us for the whole show. Not sure, but our interview with the very energetic and articulate Susan Hunt Stevens, CEO and founder of might have had something to do with it!

If you have not played on the website yet, you’ll want to click on the link above and go have some good green fun. Susan and her merry band of smart greenies have devised a great way to learn about a variety of ways to bring more sustainable living practices into your lifestyle. Beware – it is kind of addictive! It offers some really easy ways to get started and as soon as you realize that you are already doing some of these things and you start racking up points, it makes you want to do more!


Listen to this 5-min segment on local, sustainable community – this week’s discussion was about Food Coops & CSA.

As always, please visit our website for LOTS of relevant links & resources from the show - Green Divas website.

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Karen R.
Karen R.4 years ago


Sarah M.
Sarah M.4 years ago


KS Goh
KS Goh4 years ago

Thanks for the article.

Christine C.
Christine C.4 years ago


Nirvana Jaganath
Nirvana Jaganath4 years ago


Nirvana Jaganath
Nirvana Jaganath4 years ago


Linda Macgregor
Linda Macgregor4 years ago

It was good to learn from '' that we should be powering down rather than putting things to 'sleep'. I was never quite sure which was the best choice. Thanks for the link.

Winn Adams
Winn Adams4 years ago


Yvette T.
Past Member 4 years ago

EGGS being used by humans is responsible for some of the most hellish cruelty against life on Earth. We must stop eating them and using them during Easter.