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5 Sustainable Christmas Tree Alternatives

This post is co-written by GNVCompost Community Outreach Intern Krissy Olson and Content Manager Gretchen Berisford. There are many things about the holidays to be excited for, among them the sweet aromas, the Pumpkin Spice lattes, the meals and traditional foods shared with family, and the holiday lighting decorations that some people go absolutely crazy […]

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5 Constructive Things To Do Instead of Black Friday

Today I will strive to create positive and productive energy as opposed to the negative and consumptive energy that surrounds Black Friday. Here are 5 ways: 1. Practice mindfulness. No matter what you do today, viagra 40mg try to remain conscientious in the present moment. If you are local to Gainesville, erectile our colleague Payal […]

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8 Things We Are Grateful For in 2015

As Thanksgiving approaches, we wanted to take the time to highlight what we’re grateful for this holiday. This past year has been filled with amazing opportunities and even more amazing people. Here are eight things we at GNVCompost are grateful for this Thanksgiving: Moving into Launchpad at Infinity Hall. In August, the GNVCompost team began working […]

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Humans of Compost: Meet Annie Pais

Humans of Compost is a series that will follow Gainesville Compost members who are playing an important role in sustainability in an effort to reduce their footprint on the world. Humans of Compost is produced by our Innovation Academy internship team, herbal Brad Pace, check Matt Gallagher and Nhama Azani. Our first spotlight shines on Annie, […]

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Zesty Eggplant Bruschetta (Fresh Food Fridays)

I hope everyone had a fantastic Halloween, and that you all enjoyed our first Fresh Food Fridays recipe. Now that it is November, we should be expecting more winter crops like broccoli, sweet potatoes, brussels sprouts, and cabbage. However, since we still have warmer weather in Florida than the usual season brings, we have some […]

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November Planting Guide for Gainesville & North-Central Florida Gardeners

Floridians are blessed (and sometimes burdened!) with almost year-round sunshine and warm weather. Thankfully, apoplectic this allows us home gardeners to have something growing in the garden practically all year long. This month, overnight order there is a wide array of leafy greens, root vegetables and a few other produce items that are suitable for growing in […]

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Fresh Food Fridays — Fall Greens Omelet Recipe

For those of us that love to support a sustainable, clinic local food system, it’s finally our favorite time of year – the time of year when the growing season has begun, Community Supported Agriculture distributions begin, and the farmers markets are bountiful with seasonal fall crops. We’re lucky here in Gainesville. Our perfectly temperate […]

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