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The Dog that Rescued Me & a 101 on Residential Solar

February 18th, 2013 | by The Green Divas

We not only celebrated Valentine’s Day, but the addition of a new furry green diva, Gracie Mae. GD Meg rescued Gracie Mae, who came up from Texas to Eleventh Hour Rescue here in NJ. Gracie Mae is a gorgeous 5-year old dog that is ALL love, wags and licks and only had one sneezing fit during the broadcast


Tips for Green Remodeling

August 6th, 2012 | by Guest Contributor

Taking an eco-friendly approach to remodeling not only helps to lessen your ecological footprint, but can also lessen the monetary strain on your wallet. Many of these remodeling ideas can be done by you, saving you even more money because you will not have to hire a contractor. Just take a look around your house and make note of the things that you would like to change. There is almost certainly a green way to make all of the changes on your list


At the Intersection of Renewable Energy and Historic Architecture, A Wreck of Old Forms and New Ideas

June 22nd, 2012 | by Chris Keenan

The Soulard of St. Louis is one of the city's oldest settled areas, featuring homes and business establishments built more than 150 years ago during the heyday of American westward expansion. The neighborhood is so historic, in fact, that it's covered by both state and federal historic building legislation from end to end. That's fine in most cases, and it has created a neighborhood with a distinctly "Americana" feel that most residents enjoy and want to preserve



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