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Bark this! Edible forest gardening workshop - great for urban areas - coming to OKC Nov. 15-17. Dave Jacke, co-author of the award-winning two-volume book Edible Forest Gardens, will lead the workshop. Jacke has consulted on, designed, built, and planted landscapes, homes, farms, and communities across the U.S. and overseas. Workshop space is limited - details and online registration in the link! http://commonwealthurbanfarms.com/workshop/.

Bark this! Edible forest gardening workshop - great for urban areas - coming to OKC Nov. 15-17. Dave Jacke, co-author of the award-winning two-volume book Edible Forest Gardens, will lead the workshop. Jacke has consulted on, designed, built, and planted landscapes, homes, farms, and communities across the U.S. and overseas. Workshop space is limited - details and online registration in the link! http://commonwealthurbanfarms.com/workshop/.

Explore lowering indoor and outdoor water use, lowering heating and cooling costs, renewable energy, and more at the upcoming Oklahoma City Home Energy Fair on May 11 at Myriad Gardens, hosted by Oklahoma City's Office of Sustainability. Click on the pic for more details at the link.

Explore lowering indoor and outdoor water use, lowering heating and cooling costs, renewable energy, and more at the upcoming Oklahoma City Home Energy Fair on May 11 at Myriad Gardens, hosted by Oklahoma City's Office of Sustainability. Click on the pic for more details at the link.

"Co-ops—just like people—can get more done together than anyone can do alone. The good news is that co-ops come in many forms and are more common than you might imagine. They are owned by workers, residents, consumers, farmers, craftspeople, the community, or any combination. What they have in common is that they circulate the benefits back to their member-owners, and these benefits ripple out to the broader community."

From Housing to Health Care, 7 Co-ops That Are Changing Our Economy How manufacturers, retailers, restaurants, and others are doing business the cooperative way.

Grateful for the beautiful snow and rain today. But, what happens if the drought continues and we run out of water? Explore that question tonight with KOSU Radio in the forum shown below, 6 p.m., Picasso's Café. Bring your out-of-the-box ideas to share. Forum: "On Tap: What happens if we run out of water?" Wed., Feb. 20, 6 p.m., Picasso's Café, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Rain barrel site - Portland actually offers a one-off monetary incentive for getting one of these set up.

Did you know renewable energy sources generate more jobs per unit of energy delivered than do fossil fuels?

Grapple: Where the Jobs Are - November/December 2012 - Sierra Magazine - Sierra Club