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Yay! City is Converting Highway Pillars into Vertical Gardens to Clean the Air

Greed has made our world so ugly. Why can’t we have fruit bearing plants and trees instead of green lawns so everyone can pick and eat as they stroll? It takes away profits from supermarkets! Why can’t we beautify our neighborhoods with high oxygen yielding plants? Apparently we can if we are willing.

The project hopes to convert at least 1,000 of these bland-looking highway pillars into gorgeous green air pockets throughout the city.

The post City is Converting Highway Pillars into Vertical Gardens to Clean the Air appeared first on Good News Network.


Love in Action: Global Citizens Never Give Up | News | sonomawest.com

Just posted an article before this one. It was about Bronx teenagers using hydroponics to feed their community. This is about organizations in Sonoma California that are using permaculture and such to give hope, food and dignity to local residents. Apparently this kind of stuff is going on everywhere! Coast to coast! So how come we don’t hear more about it? Well you will hear more and more about it right here at Salt Of The Earth Awards! – Gary Konigsberg

In Ingrid’s words (inspired by Pedagooogia 3000, the pedagogy used at the school) a child needs three things to thrive: quality education, physical health and a supportive, nurturing home. Thus, Tejiendo Futuros has a project-based, holistic school where children learn to work together, think critically and problem solve. They have a permaculture center that will supply fresh, organic produce for the school and community and offer multi-day permaculture courses (contributing to the organization’s economic sustainability). They also provide schooling, job training and entrepreneurship opportunities for the parents.“We want children to be conscious of themselves, of their surroundings and of the environment so they can be actors of change and growth of their own lives and the development of their communities. We allow space for each child to discover their passions and gifts while encouraging them to express their thoughts and emotions, to become leaders in their communities,” said Ingrid.

Source: Love in Action: Global Citizens Never Give Up | News | sonomawest.com


Neighbors refill bookshelves after thieves target ‘little free library’ | fox5sandiego.com

Some people do bad things. Others are happy to step forward and rectify the bad deeds of their wayward brothers and sisters for the benefit of the greater community. This happens and often doesn’t get noticed. This is why we are here at Salt Of The Earth Awards

 

“People started sending messages saying, ‘I have books, you can have books’ and I would come home and there would be whole bags of books in front of my house,” Morstein said.Morstein has received so many books that not all of them will fit on the shelves –a story that teaches us how small kind gestures can turn a negative experience into a positive one.“Somebody asked me, ‘what are you doing to do if they do it again?’ and I said, ‘I’m not going to do anything, but the neighborhood will,’” Morstein said.Morstein said she now knows if someone steals again she will not have to replace all the books by herself; however, if someone continues to steal, she may have to put up a camera.

Source: Neighbors refill bookshelves after thieves target ‘little free library’ | fox5sandiego.com


Finding the nicest places in America! How about nominating your community?

The Random Acts of Kindness Foundation is teaming up with Reader's Digest to help discover the Nicest Places in America….

Posted by The Random Acts of Kindness Foundation on Tuesday, May 22, 2018

The Random Acts of Kindness Foundation is teaming up with Reader’s Digest to help discover the Nicest Places in America.


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