The business of rainwater harvesting
Created 8/23/2007 2:33:42 PM 
Even though the earth is 2/3 water, only 3/10 of one percent is suitable for domestic use. Most of the water falling from the sky never gets absorbed by plants, but rather goes into our sewer systems or simply drains to the ocean eroding our unprotected soil. Rainwater harvesting is also effective in reducing storm water runoff pollution.
One man's trash is another man's treasure: Recycling communities
Created 8/20/2007 3:00:06 PM 
Mmm, the smell of bright, shiny new plastic as you unwrap that hot little iPhone. Itís hard to believe that a year from now, when you outgrow it and buy a new one, it could end up as part of a mountain of gadgets, polluting someone's drinking water on the other side of the world.
Old wood, new life, great cash
Created 7/25/2007 1:20:13 PM 
Heritage Salvage has a lumberyard on the river in Petaluma, CA selling reclaimed wood and milled windfalls, custom furniture, repurposed paraphernalia and building consultation. 100% of the wood products are sourced from windfalls or existing structures; chicken shacks, barns, houses, water tanks and other buildings destined for deconstruction.
How to make money from deadhead logs
Created 3/7/2007 12:30:32 PM 
In the late 19th century loggers cut centuries-old trees and float them downstream to the nearest mill, but many of the heaviest logs sank to the riverbed and became what is known as "deadhead logs".
Although the outside decomposes after being underwater for more than a century, resin keeps the inside perfectly preserved.
Compared to other wood flooring options, the recovered wood is stronger, healthier,and takes on a much richer color and tone. Best of all, it is 100% heart, which makes it harder and more stable than the young woods used for new hardwood flooring today.

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