SustainFloyd is pleased to offer “The Invisible Extinction” for free on-demand viewing from April 20th to 22nd, 2023. Please complete the sign up form below to receive a registration link for the film. Two globetrotting microbiologists, Gloria Dominguez-Bello and Marty Blaser, race to save our vanishing microbes before it’s too late. […]
Come check out The Refill Station at the market! It is an eco-friendly refill shop for the purchasing of bulk cleaning products. Please bring your own bottles (or use one of ours), to refill with laundry detergent, castille soap, dish soap, all purpose cleaner, and more. Just tare your jar, fill
Our holiday gift to the community is a free online showing of the documentary, THE DIVIDED BRAIN. This is a mind-altering odyssey about one man’s quest to prove a growing imbalance in our brains, and to help us understand how this makes us increasingly unable to grapple with critical economic, environmental and social issues; ones that shape our very future as a species.
As we struggle under the weight of current events: Covid-19, an unsteady economy, dramatic weather events and the reignited fight for racial equality, we think it vitally important to continue to draw attention to the overarching threats of climate change and environmental degradation which are clearly woven through all these issues.
Following are excerpts from an article on the unique economic approach to sustainability underway in Floyd County. Read it all in the March-May issue of Appalachian Voice (page 9) or click on the link, then click again to enlarge the page and read the article. …“We hope to continue to
San Antonio Current – Blogs / Sat Apr 03 2010 06:15:14 GMT-0400 (EST) The spring monarch migration has been a bust. Only a lucky few have caught sight of more than a couple of the iconic insects currently on their northward jaunt through Texas. Mainstream news reports have cited key
EARTH HOUR March 27: Symbol or Substance? Ker Than for National Geographic News Published March 26, 2010 For Earth Hour 2010, record-breaking millions of businesses, homes, and landmarks around the world will turn off their lights Saturday evening for the sake of the planet, conservationists say. Now in its fourth