Do you have an Eco-friendly blog or site? Do you occasionally write about the environment or ways to live green? If you answered yes to any, you're invited to link up. Here are the rules:
1. If you have a green-living blog and/or write about the environment, sustainability, etc., please use the "linky" below to list your site.
2. If you only occasionally write about green living, please use tags such as "green", "Eco", "Environment", etc. and then link to that collection of posts so that visitors will be directed to pertinent articles.
3. Visit at least one other site (and while not required, it would be nice if you told them that you found them here).
4. The linky will stay active until Thursday at 6:00 pm (EST).
5. Using Random.org, I will choose one of the sites listed and feature it next week.
Our featured blog this week is ... Our Tiny Earth, written by Scott Wischmeyer. Our Tiny Earth is a relatively young blog ... it started in 2011. In an early post, Scott stated that he and his lady, Michelle, wanted to "learn what it takes to become sustainable, and put that knowledge to practice". Since that post, he has investigated many aspects of sustainability and given his readers honest opinions about what works. When something doesn't work, he talks about why it doesn't ... and sometimes the finger points to each and every one of us. For example, he recently did a post entitled "Born in the USA" which talked about buying local ... and yes, he accused each one of us of being part of the problem. But once he woke us up with that knowledge, he gave us information to remedy the situation ... a huge list of American companies ... companies where we can buy local. In another post, Scott suggests that we get out and support our local farmers ... he shares a list of markets by state ... it's a great resource. You'll also find recipes (mmm ... Blueberry Jam), posts on gardening and even a post about ex-convicts being welcomed back into communities. Our Tiny Earth is a diverse blog and Scott's "voice" is passionate and direct ... but also respectful. It's like talking to a big brother ... a guy who cares about us but is also honest and direct. Check it out ... I'm sure you'll like it!
This week's linky is now live so ... list your site, visit and have fun: