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The Easy Way You Can Help Save the Monarchs

by guest blogger Claudia Allen, avid amateur gardener Since 1990, more than 90 percent of monarch butterflies have disappeared. The good news: you can help. With their distinctive orange, black, and white markings, monarchs are the one butterfly most of us can identify. So familiar, in fact, that we might take them for granted. But […]

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8 Great Ways to Celebrate the Earth this Summer

by Maria Luci, editor at Maria’s Farm Country Kitchen and Rodale’s Last week we celebrated Earth Day! We expressed our gratitude for all that our wonderful planet has to offer us—and supported protecting the environment and making the earth a healthier, more peaceful place for all. But beyond Earth Day, there are many ways to […]

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Eating in Season: Spring Fruits and Vegetables

by guest blogger Toni Becker, member of the Rodale’s editorial team Looking for a cleaner, more sustainable diet? Start by eating seasonally. In today’s world of mass production and far-flung distribution, the seasons blend together. Fruits and veggies that used to be available just once a year can now be found 365 days a year. […]

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#EarthGratitude Wave 2016: 10 Ways to Show Your Love for the Earth

What I love about Earth Day is that not only is it a herald of true spring and summer, but it’s also a reminder of how we should be treating the earth every day. It’s like Mother’s day: Moms are awesome, but they often aren’t appreciated as much as they should be until their special […]

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Defending Our Earth…and Our Rights

by guest blogger Maya K. van Rossum, the Delaware Riverkeeper Forty-five years ago, communities around the nation marched to defend the earth. They brought banners, signs, chants, and a realization that environmental degradation damages every aspect of our lives. When we pollute the water, the air, and the land, people suffer—their health is affected, their recreational […]

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Help Shine a Light on FERC

  by guest blogger Maya K. van Rossum, the Delaware Riverkeeper The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) has been “captured” by the very industries it is supposed to regulate—particularly pipeline companies. It’s an agency that has become so entangled with industry that it’s now violating the constitutional rights of communities and families across the nation. Sound […]

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Natural Egg Dyeing Tips + Maria’s Classic Deviled Eggs Recipe

by the Rodale’s content team What is spring without a basket of beautifully dyed eggs? Dyeing Easter eggs is wholesome fun for the entire family. However, to keep things green and safe, it’s best to stick to coloring them with natural dyes instead of using artificial ones. One of our favorite ways to dye eggs […]

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The New-Age Fast Food Philosophy

by guest blogger Gillian Francella, multimedia journalist and converted vegan/vegetarian Swap your potato chips for kale chips, nix the soda, and grab some fresh-pressed juice… Forget hamburgers! It’s all about fried quinoa and vegan options! The fast-food chains you grew up with are gradually being replaced by fast-casual restaurants like Chipotle, Tender Greens, and LYFE […]

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