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Female Founded Self-care Company, Blume, Focused on Empowering Girls, Raises $3.3 Million in Series Seed Funding

Capital from the round will be used to expand product offerings, grow the team, and create more educational content Press Release Blume, the only brand dedicated to educating young women and creating safe and sustainable period products, announced a $3.3... Continue Reading →

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‘Save The Peels!’ – Join the eatCleaner® Challenge

In the U.S. alone, we eat more than 3.2 billion pounds of bananas each year – that’s 304 bananas every second. The discarded peels add tons of organic waste to our landfills, which wreaks havoc on our environment and health.... Continue Reading →

DIY Popsicles For Summer Scorcher Relief

Summer's been a scorcher! If you're health conscious like me, just any old thirst-quencher isn't going to do. Don't waste your chill-time searching. DIY instead! This Ginger Cantaloupe Popsicle recipe, sent to us this week from sustainable meal delivery company Terra's Kitchen... Continue Reading →

New Consumer Labeling For ‘Animal Welfare Approved’

Press Release Terrebonet, OR (JANUARY 26, 2017) After months of constituent feedback, market research and design work, A Greener World (AGW)--North America's most trusted and transparent farm certifier--has released a brand new logo for its market-leading third-party certification, Animal Welfare... Continue Reading →

#WhatsHotNow : Fashion’s Focus on Sustainability

"Fashion is a brutal industry; most brands fail within their first two years." On Friday, April 15th 2016, The Fashion Law Project at Loyola Law School, Los Angeles will host the symposium, Green is the New Black: Sustainability in Fashion, from... Continue Reading →

Portland’s Raven & Rose Amps British Isles Cuisine

The beginning of 2016 marked the third anniversary of Raven & Rose restaurant and The Rookery Bar, housed in the Portland Art District’s historic Ladd Carriage House from 1883.  At this milestone, owner Lisa Mygrant is proud to announce that her... Continue Reading →

International Women’s Day 2014: Reducing Global Hunger

“In many developing countries, women are the backbone of the economy. Yet women farmers do not have equal access to resources and this significantly limits their potential in enhancing productivity.” Today, Saturday March 8th is International Women’s Day—and, all over the... Continue Reading →

14 Food Resolutions for 2014

This week our wonderful friends Ellen Gustafson and Danielle Nierenberg, over at Food Tank released their personal list of 2014 resolutions that they think anyone can do in order to bring about positive, sustainable change that will not only nourish people but also... Continue Reading →

Feeding 5000 with Disco Soup in NYC on September 20th

Filling bellies not bins.   . On September 20, 2013 at Pier 57 (Super Pier, 15th Street and Westside Highway), from 5pm – 9pm, over 200 volunteers and members of the public will come together to wash, peel, chop and cook fresh... Continue Reading →

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