RESOURCES

This is the spot if you want to know about countertop bins, are interested in becoming more involved locally or are wanting to expand your environmental knowledge. Here's a list of our personal favorite resources. 

COUNTERTOP COMPOST BINS

Kitchen counter compost bins are not all created equal. As everyone’s kitchen has unique decor, there’s a myriad of styles. 
This article covers what you’ll need to get the right compost bucket for your space!

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SUSTAINABLE SARATOGA 

Check out Sustainable Saratoga, a wonderful local not-for-profit that uses education, advocacy, and action to advance sustainable practices and protect our environment for current and future generations.

THE DOCTORS FARMACY PODCAST

An upbeat look at solutions for the largest problems of our time, Dr. Hyman interviews experts in all-things-wellness, regenerative agriculture, social and environmental activism, meditation and mindfulness, movement, and so much more. This is the perfect introduction to Dr. Hyman’s work, with episodes available every Wednesday and Friday.

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KISS THE GROUND

A cure for climate change starts with a simple solution right under our feet. Kiss The Ground is now streaming on Netflix

DRAWDOWN

Drawdown has become a seminal text on climate solutions, drawing on humanity’s collective wisdom about the practices and technologies that can begin to reverse the buildup of atmospheric carbon by mid-century.

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BRAIDING SWEETGRASS

"Kimmerer writes of investigating the natural world with her students and her efforts to protect and restore plants, animals, and land. A trained scientist who never loses sight of her Native heritage, she speaks of approaching nature with gratitude and giving back in return for what we receive." Sue O'Brian in "Library Journal"

INSTITUTE FOR LOCAL SELF-RELIANCE

The Institute for Local Self-Reliance has a vision of thriving, diverse, equitable communities. They are a national research and advocacy organization that partners with allies across the country to build an American economy driven by local priorities and accountable to people and the planet.

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