Category Archives: Green Living at Home

READ Sustainable Ventura’s March, April 2018 Newsletter

READ our March, April 2018 Newsletter for GREEN Business articles, Eco-Friendly Tips, News, Happenings, Events, & More! CLICK HERE

READ Sustainable Ventura’s March, April 2018 Newsletter

READ our March, April 2018 Newsletter for GREEN Business articles, Eco-Friendly Tips, News, Happenings, Events, & More! CLICK HERE

Four Simple Tips to Keep It Green at the Office!

It’s important to reduce, reuse and recycle. Here are four simple tips that can make a difference! City of Ventura Environmental Specialist Arriana Rabago shares her top ideas!

Four Simple Tips to Keep It Green at the Office!

It’s important to reduce, reuse and recycle. Here are four simple tips that can make a difference! City of Ventura Environmental Specialist Arriana Rabago shares her top ideas!

READ Sustainable Ventura’s January/February 2018 News!

  READ Sustainable Ventura’s January/February 2018 NEWS for Green Business Profiles, Informative Articles, VIDEOS, PODCASTS, Green Events, & More, Click here!

READ Sustainable Ventura’s January/February 2018 News!

  READ Sustainable Ventura’s January/February 2018 NEWS for Green Business Profiles, Informative Articles, VIDEOS, PODCASTS, Green Events, & More, Click here!

What You Need To Know About Dry Weather Runoff

You’ve seen the signs — “Only Rain Down the Drain,” “The Drain is Just For Rain,” and “No Dumping, Drains to Ocean.” It’s essential that wekeep mindful of only allowing rainwater into the storm drain system. Why? Because our storm drain

What You Need To Know About Dry Weather Runoff

You’ve seen the signs — “Only Rain Down the Drain,” “The Drain is Just For Rain,” and “No Dumping, Drains to Ocean.” It’s essential that wekeep mindful of only allowing rainwater into the storm drain system. Why? Because our storm drain

Tiny GREEN Homes are BIG on sustainability!

In America, there’s a belief that “big” is sometimes better.  However, “small” can be not only beautiful, but sustainable. This Popular Mechanic’s article features a variety of different small houses that help environmental sustainability in a BIG way! READ the

Tiny GREEN Homes are BIG on sustainability!

In America, there’s a belief that “big” is sometimes better.  However, “small” can be not only beautiful, but sustainable. This Popular Mechanic’s article features a variety of different small houses that help environmental sustainability in a BIG way! READ the

GREEN TIP: Skip red meat once a week!

Did you know it can take 7 or more pounds of grain to produce one pound of beef, and livestock consumes 70 percent of America’s grain? Eat less of it and choose pasture-fed, sustainably raised beef whenever you can. If

GREEN TIP: Skip red meat once a week!

Did you know it can take 7 or more pounds of grain to produce one pound of beef, and livestock consumes 70 percent of America’s grain? Eat less of it and choose pasture-fed, sustainably raised beef whenever you can. If

Sustainable You! Camp 2017: Teaching Our Youth About Sustainability

Sustainable Ventura News takes a trip to Sustainable You! Camp. The camp, held each summer at University of California Hansen Agricultural Research and Extension Center’s (HAREC) 4-H Sustainable You Camp teaches children ages 9-12 about what it means to be

Sustainable You! Camp 2017: Teaching Our Youth About Sustainability

Sustainable Ventura News takes a trip to Sustainable You! Camp. The camp, held each summer at University of California Hansen Agricultural Research and Extension Center’s (HAREC) 4-H Sustainable You Camp teaches children ages 9-12 about what it means to be

July 15th Community Clean Up Event a Great Success!

On July 15 from 9:00 am to Noon, City of Ventura residents dropped off unwanted items for recycling and reuse at a Community Clean Up Event held at Community Park. The event was a great success with EJ Harrison collecting

July 15th Community Clean Up Event a Great Success!

On July 15 from 9:00 am to Noon, City of Ventura residents dropped off unwanted items for recycling and reuse at a Community Clean Up Event held at Community Park. The event was a great success with EJ Harrison collecting