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  • Sustainable September urges stewardship

    Sustainable September kicks off with a lunch today at the Spokane Convention Center. This year the monthlong celebration and ecology awareness-raising campaign is focused on four tracks: Active stewardship, eco-generation, …


  • Sustainable September set to start

    For a third year, Spokane area residents are being asked to take a month to consider how to make their community more environmentally and economically healthy. Sustainable September, a project …


  • Doug Clark: Robber to be commended for sustainability act

    It’s Sustainable September, folks, which makes it the perfect time to give a little credit to those who are going the extra mile for the planet. In that regard, I …


  • Sustainable September packs a tasty lineup

    “Sustainable” is the September watchword in Spokane, but where does one start? Consider the food on your plate. Sustainable September, a monthlong series of events sponsored by Community-Minded Enterprises, includes …


  • Face Time: Nonprofit employee talks about sustainability

    Mariah Rose McKay is one of the coordinators of Sustainable September Spokane, a monthlong effort to encourage people to explore ways to live cleaner and work smarter. McKay, 26, is …


  • Sustainable September includes series of green events

    For the second year in a row Community Minded Enterprises is putting together a series of events as Sustainable September. The kickoff luncheon is on Wednesday at the Masonic Center …


  • Sustainability showcase

    Homeowner Jim Sheehan had to be happy about all the sunshine Sunday that drew a few hundred people to his eco-friendly home on Spokane’s first Green + Solar Home and …


  • A slice of the future?

    Garry Baumgartner, 34, and Whitney Bendewald, 27, are Spokane plumbers who own Professional Piping Inc. They are guys’ guys who hunt and fish and won’t be trading their trucks anytime …


  • Editorial: This month good time to pick up green habits

    There are those who toss litter on the ground. There are those who drive without fastening their seat belts. There might even be a few folks who still smoke in …


  • Mobius teaching kids to give old items new functions

    The items might sound like rubbish at first – toilet paper rolls, plastic bottles, egg cartons, scraps of paper. But in the hands of an imaginative child, they quickly become …


  • Tour, fair bring sustainability home

    There’s a lot of talk about sustainability these days. Sustainable gardening, sustainable communities, sustainable buildings – the list goes on. Some people take little steps toward a more sustainable lifestyle, …

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