Webinar: Enbridge 6b Pipeline Risks & Solutions

This is the recorded video taken from today’s webinar presented by Nathan Pavlovic and Nicole Barker from Save the Dunes. Webinar Link: Enbridge Pipeline 6b Risks and Solutions Resources mentioned during the webinar: Indiana Residents Concerned About Enbridge Facebook Page … Continued

Little Calumet River Watershed Project

The following is a transcript of a podcast that was recorded on January 29, 2013. To listen to the podcast, click here. Paul Quinlan, Stewardship Director for Shirley Heinze Land Trust, speaks with host Kathy Sipple about the organization’s Little … Continued

Tar Sands Oil Pipeline through Northwest Indiana?

Audio Link The following is a transcript of an August 21, 2012 interview, if you would like to get more involved on this topic, click here to register for an upcoming webinar on Thursday, February 21st at 10am. 219 GreenConnect … Continued

Michigan City Green Drinks: Enbridge Pipeline: The Risks and What You Can Do About Them

FOR IMEDIATE RELEASE:  Michigan City Launch of Green Drinks in January 2013 Green Drinks offers a chance for green-minded people of our community to connect, learn, and take action. There are chapters in 600+ cities all over the world, including … Continued

Save the Dunes

The mission of Save the Dunes, a 501(c)3 charitable organization, is to preserve, protect and restore the Indiana Dunes and all natural resources in Northwest Indiana’s Lake Michigan Watershed for an enhanced quality of life. One of Indiana’s Oldest Environmental … Continued

Ecologist/Entrepreneur John Ervin Radio Interview

Renaissance man, student of nature, ecologist, landscape consultant, philosopher, chicken farmer… There are a lot of ways to describe today’s radio guest, John Ervin.     Listen to the show’s archive and hear John Ervin’s thoughts on rain gardens, forest … Continued

Explore Weekend

Saturday (8-17-11) was a great day to be outside in NWI!  I was able to check out some places I hadn’t been before, or for awhile: Saw the greatest looking planted basil pots for $4 at Riverside Market  in Michigan … Continued