Great Green Ideas…Earth Friendly Thinking

Take a Hike! San Bruno Mountain

May 20, 2015 By: Jacqueline Smith Category: Discover earth, Events, Garden /Plants, Hike

This mountain is a treasure in the midst of our busy SF Bay Area, you’ll want to take a hike on San Bruno Mountain.  The San Bruno Mountain Watch has many hikes open to the public, you’ll learn more about this amazing place. They have a Spring Hike Series, You’ll learn more about the ecology […]

What a Beautiful Gift!

May 13, 2015 By: Jacqueline Smith Category: Green Art, Welcome

I didn’t expect a Mother’s  Day present,  I was so happy to talk to my very busy, hard-working daughter on our special day- she’s a Mom herself.   … but when I ripped open the box – look what I found! A colorful, beautiful “happy birds” cold bag , monogrammed with Greeneroo and a beautiful stripped […]

Home Advisor Provides a great Service

May 13, 2015 By: Jacqueline Smith Category: Garden /Plants, Green Building

Yes it’s going head to head with competitors like Angie’s list, Thumbtack, Amazon Local and Porch. It has eclipsed Red Beacon from Home Depot. Why? FREE to home owners, connects you immediately with many pros and check out the pros credentials. The database of services is large and  they work with you to make sure […]

NEW! Organic Life magazine

May 13, 2015 By: Jacqueline Smith Category: Corporate Green, Food, Health and Beauty

RODALE INC. UNVEILS PREMIER ISSUE OF RODALE’S ORGANIC LIFE MAGAZINE Learn more about Rodale here …. This company has led the organic movement with quality info, mags and more… for a very long time!  Thanks Rodale!  —  the editor NEW YORK, NY and EMMAUS, PA – April 13, 2015 –Rodale Inc., the world’s leading healthy […]

Ecology Center Family Fun

May 12, 2015 By: Jacqueline Smith Category: Bike riding, Events

A Festival at the Downtown Berkeley Farmer’s Market on Center St. You can BART to it! Starts at 2pm May 30– games, contests and fun. Free. for more fun listings that you can BART to see  go on… Get out of your car!

Stay in touch with the Food Business School!

May 10, 2015 By: Jacqueline Smith Category: Events, Food, Garden /Plants

So far, so good with the Food Business School! The  first classes are starting soon and this amazing new school is trying to get the word out to foodies and chefs alike. That would be everyone, right!? If you subscribe to the FBS newsletter, you probably saw that the Concept to Shelf course with Neil Grimmer […]

Beans -Truly Good For Your Heart

May 10, 2015 By: Jacqueline Smith Category: Health and Beauty

We all know the old limerick. But it turns out that beans really ARE good for you. Low in fat, calories, and sodium, and high in protein, fiber, and complex carbohydrates, beans are a wonder food. Beans are a healthy plant-based alternative to beef, chicken, and fish on the list of good protein sources. A […]

Restorative Hot Stone Yoga Workshop 5/8

May 06, 2015 By: Jacqueline Smith Category: Yoga

Stressed Out? Try this Restorative Yoga Class!   How can you perform well at work with your heart pounding and headaches? Or maybe its a co-worker that can’t focus or get started on all those deadlines. We all deal with pressure and tension in our jobs and lives – how to survive? Take action and […]

SF Green Film Fest May 28-June 1!!

May 03, 2015 By: James Avery Category: Compost, Events, Global 3D view, Health and Beauty

Over the last four years, San Francisco Green Film Festival ( ) has brought over 200 compelling and relevant environmental film programs to Bay Area audiences. At venues across San Francisco we all have watched and loved the latest green independent documentaries on topics including: water in the West; better cities; nature and biodiversity; […]

Stanford Art Walk Tour

April 25, 2015 By: Jacqueline Smith Category: Garden /Plants, Hike

This is a great time of year to walk through the Stanford Campus and enjoy the artwork, architecture and scenery. There is so much artwork, you’ll have to look at a map. There is one available at the Cantor Art Gallery, this is also a great place to start your treasure hunt (aka art walk). […]