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Support Local Economies and Craftspeople
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So normally when I think of shopping or spending money I think of things like clothes, entertainment and such. However I have learned in the last year or two the huge variety of goods that are made…Continue

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Started this discussion. Last reply by Starling Apr 1, 2010.


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2020 Dream Life. All dogs go to a good home

The dogs bark as I hurry outside with a bag of kibble. Mutts off all shape and form jump around me, and I kneel down to greet them. My kids are helping to fill the rest of the bowls. I take in and train strays and I breed dogs too. I have created a new breed, a fantastic mix of collies and English shepherds that has become all the rage as the perfect herding dog.My husband used his power in congress last year to make sure that the stray dog's of America are fixed, neutered and given a home.… Continue

Posted on March 30, 2010 at 6:51am

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I want to learn more about the fine scientists at Oilgae. They are growing algae to trap carbon and even make electricity! They are actively experimenting and finding new solutions and reading their blog makes me so excited. I can't wait to finish typing this and read more about them. I'm hoping to get intouch with whoever maintinas the blog.

Posted on March 30, 2010 at 6:43am — 1 Comment

Socal Innovation Learn1

So I think that the most important point of Exhibit A is point 2. You have to make sure you innovations will be accepted by the culture you are trying to help.I bet that instead of making a solar oven you could make a solar stove, some how alter your plan to be as effective as possible.

Imagine you want to bring solar power to a village. What if they don't have any electrical appliances? What if they have been using cow patts for cooking fuel for generations and see no reason to… Continue

Posted on March 30, 2010 at 6:00am — 2 Comments

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