How to Have an Organic Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is a time of giving.  However, what many turkey consumers forget is that our delicious meal (and the traveling we do to enjoy the meal) takes away from the quality of our environment and has a very large carbon footprint.  If you haven't already purchased your bird, it is not too late to find an organic Thanksgiving turkey that is sustainably produced.  Here are some DOs and DON'Ts to consider when purchasing your bird:

 

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WegoWise's Top 5 Links for Housing

Whether you want to be a more informed citizen or just want to kill some time before 5 on a Friday afternoon, WegoWise has got you covered. This Friday we're focusing on current housing trends and news. So peruse our best links, give us some feedback and be sure to share some of the info you just gleaned with other interested parties at the parties you are hopefully attending this weekend. Brought to you by DanNateSean and Lily.

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WegoWise's Top 5 Links for Energy and Climate News

Whether you want to be a more informed citizen or just want to kill some time before 5 on a Friday afternoon, WegoWise has got you covered. This Friday we're focusing on current energy and climate news. So peruse our best links, give us some feedback and be sure to share some of the info you just gleaned with other interested parties at the parties you are hopefully attending this weekend. Brought to you by DanNateSean and Lily.

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WegoWise's Top 5 Links For Building Science Basics

Whether you want to be a more informed citizen or just want to kill some time before 5 on a Friday afternoon, WegoWise has got you covered. This Friday we're focusing on building science basics, from ventilation to the perfect building. So peruse our best links, give us some feedback and be sure to share some of the info you just gleaned with other interested parties at the parties you are hopefully attending this weekend. Brought to you by DanNateSean and Lily.

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Greening the Greens: Sustainable Golf Courses

Golf courses are often resource intensive--each using millions of gallons of water each year, spraying thousands of pounds of herbicides and other chemicals, and contributing tons of CO2 to the atmosphere.  Studies have shown a link between the use of chemicals on courses and increased incidences of cancer and diabetes.  Most of this results from continuing to do business as normal.  But the golf industry is no different than many other industries that have made a push to "green" operations both as a way to do the right thing and to save money. 

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WegoWise's Top 5 Scary Links

Whether you want to be a more informed citizen or just want to kill some time before 5 on a Friday afternoon, WegoWise has got you covered. This Friday we've got some scary links to get you in the spirit of Halloween. So peruse our best links, give us some feedback and be sure to share some of the info you just gleaned with other interested parties at the parties you are hopefully attending this weekend. Brought to you by DanNateSean and Lily.

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3 Energy Audit Horror Stories

In the spirit of Halloween, we wanted to share three examples of truly frightening findings from energy audits of multifamily properties. If you've seen these things at your property, it may be time for a building intervention.

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