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Greening Montgomery

Greening Montgomery

By on 28 March, 2012 in Kate and Stephen, Outdoors with 0 Comments

A stray remark about global warming to a sales clerk recently led him to recommend that we watch a television show called Doomsday Preppers that airs on the National Geographic channel. Although we are notoriously anti-television (well, except for sports and The Simpsons), we were flipping channels that same evening and came across the Doomsday […]

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Know Your Counter Tops – Going Green in the Kitchen

Know Your Counter Tops – Going Green in the Kitchen

By on 14 September, 2011 in DIY, Heather Coleman with 1 Comment

Over the last couple of months, we have selected and purchased cabinets and floors for our kitchen remodel. Because of our busy schedules, we finally decided this month to hire a contractor to help with some logistics, so we are currently in the process of interviewing contractors. The last hurdle before we start the remodel […]

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Barrel of Rain

Barrel of Rain

By on 23 October, 2010 in City Living, Fun, Gardening, Outdoors with 0 Comments

The Alabama Clean Water Partnership wants to teach you a neat trick. It involves you picking up some new skills, saving yourself money while doing something good for the Earth. Interested? Your house needs a rain barrel. And the ACWP wants to teach you how to build one. For a mere $25, you can attend […]

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Intro to Green Spaces

Intro to Green Spaces

On┬áthe evening of July 27, 2010, I attended the event at MAX Credit Union where Mayor Todd Strange spoke to our group of young professionals. The theme, “The Future of Montgomery,” was very relevant and timely. I believe that we are at a pivotal point in the development of our city where young professionals like […]

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