Category Archives: GREEN Living

OPEN LINE “Get Your Green On” Article for September 21, 2011

by Christine Wied “Think globally, act locally” was evident last Saturday at the 27th. annual Coastal Clean Up Day, the kick-off for Coast Weeks September 17 through October 9, a celebration of our coastal and water resources throughout the country.

OPEN LINE “Get Your Green On” Article for September 21, 2011

by Christine Wied “Think globally, act locally” was evident last Saturday at the 27th. annual Coastal Clean Up Day, the kick-off for Coast Weeks September 17 through October 9, a celebration of our coastal and water resources throughout the country.

It’s EASY TO BE GREEN: 10 Simple and Inexpensive Green Ideas

By Annie B. Bond Being green can be easy after all! Browse through this list of simple solutions designed to save energy and reduce carbon emissions for the planet, and at the same time save you money. 10 Tips to

It’s EASY TO BE GREEN: 10 Simple and Inexpensive Green Ideas

By Annie B. Bond Being green can be easy after all! Browse through this list of simple solutions designed to save energy and reduce carbon emissions for the planet, and at the same time save you money. 10 Tips to

Green Acts of Kindness: Hold the Door

from sierraclub.org Making the world a better place isn’t limited to protecting Earth’s physical resources: We’ve got to improve the person-to-person environment too. This week’s tips are about how to treat your fellow humans a little bit better with actions

Green Acts of Kindness: Hold the Door

from sierraclub.org Making the world a better place isn’t limited to protecting Earth’s physical resources: We’ve got to improve the person-to-person environment too. This week’s tips are about how to treat your fellow humans a little bit better with actions

Open Line: September 12-16, 2011- Pre-Cycle to save the environment

by Christine Wied It has been estimated that every day Americans waste enough food to fill up the 90,000-seat Rose Bowl Stadium. Only about 3% of food scraps are composted. The rest ends up in landfills where it may rot

Open Line: September 12-16, 2011- Pre-Cycle to save the environment

by Christine Wied It has been estimated that every day Americans waste enough food to fill up the 90,000-seat Rose Bowl Stadium. Only about 3% of food scraps are composted. The rest ends up in landfills where it may rot

Coastal Cleanup Day, Saturday, Sept. 17, 9am-Noon, Join in, Have FUN and Keep Ventura Beautiful!

You can help make our world a little cleaner and safer by participating in the 27th annual Coastal Cleanup Day on Saturday, September 17 from 9:00 a.m. to noon.  There are five locations from which to choose in Ventura.  Local

Coastal Cleanup Day, Saturday, Sept. 17, 9am-Noon, Join in, Have FUN and Keep Ventura Beautiful!

You can help make our world a little cleaner and safer by participating in the 27th annual Coastal Cleanup Day on Saturday, September 17 from 9:00 a.m. to noon.  There are five locations from which to choose in Ventura.  Local

Fats, Oils and Greases harmful to your arteries and your SEWERS too!

  Sewer overflows and backups can cause health hazards, damage home interiors, and threaten the environment! A huge contributor to overflows can be found in SEWER PIPES BLOCKED BY GREASE!! Grease gets into the sewer from household drains as well

Fats, Oils and Greases harmful to your arteries and your SEWERS too!

  Sewer overflows and backups can cause health hazards, damage home interiors, and threaten the environment! A huge contributor to overflows can be found in SEWER PIPES BLOCKED BY GREASE!! Grease gets into the sewer from household drains as well

“Get Your Green On” article – Coastal Cleanup Day, Sept 17, 2011 – for Openline September 7, 2011

Last week 600 incoming freshmen and transfer students from California Lutheran University along with City staff and community leaders, cleaned up 11.3 tons of trash from the Ventura River bottom in about 90 minutes.  Although a massive and impressive effort

“Get Your Green On” article – Coastal Cleanup Day, Sept 17, 2011 – for Openline September 7, 2011

Last week 600 incoming freshmen and transfer students from California Lutheran University along with City staff and community leaders, cleaned up 11.3 tons of trash from the Ventura River bottom in about 90 minutes.  Although a massive and impressive effort

“Sustainable Ventura,” September 2011 show: Meet Ventura Water!

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0UD4j-Zk-4Q] “Sustainable Ventura,” September 2011 Show, Meet Ventura Water on CAPS-TV, Channel 15, Thursdays at 8:30pm. This 30-minute show highlights the important work provided every day by Ventura Water staff to support the vitality of our community. Interviews with GM

“Sustainable Ventura,” September 2011 show: Meet Ventura Water!

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0UD4j-Zk-4Q] “Sustainable Ventura,” September 2011 Show, Meet Ventura Water on CAPS-TV, Channel 15, Thursdays at 8:30pm. This 30-minute show highlights the important work provided every day by Ventura Water staff to support the vitality of our community. Interviews with GM

WATCH VENTURA WATER on “Sustainable Ventura” tonight, CAPS-TV, Channel 15, 8:30pm

  Watch the introduction to VENTURA WATER, TONIGHT on CAPS-TV, Channel 15 at 8:30pm. For additional times, visit the programming schedule at CAPSTV.org and check PROGRAM SCHEDULES for Channel 15!

WATCH VENTURA WATER on “Sustainable Ventura” tonight, CAPS-TV, Channel 15, 8:30pm

  Watch the introduction to VENTURA WATER, TONIGHT on CAPS-TV, Channel 15 at 8:30pm. For additional times, visit the programming schedule at CAPSTV.org and check PROGRAM SCHEDULES for Channel 15!

Open Line, August 31, 2011 “Get Your Green On”

by Christine Wied Although batteries, both single use and rechargeable have been banned from landfills in California since February 8, 2006, there are still some people who do not realize or who have forgotten that they cannot go in the

Open Line, August 31, 2011 “Get Your Green On”

by Christine Wied Although batteries, both single use and rechargeable have been banned from landfills in California since February 8, 2006, there are still some people who do not realize or who have forgotten that they cannot go in the