Wind Turbines Don't Kill Birds,, Coal Plants Do

>> Thursday, October 29, 2009




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Wind Turbines Don't Kill Birds; Coal Plants Do
http://cleantechnica.com/2009/10/28/wind-turbines-dont-kill-birds-coal-plants-do/
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Fossil Fuel Subsidies More Than Double Those for Renewables - Renewable Energy World

>> Wednesday, October 28, 2009




Fossil Fuel Subsidies More Than Double Those for Renewables - Renewable Energy World

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Reconditioning Batteries - Is It Worth It?

>> Saturday, October 24, 2009




You can get the complete Battery Reconditioning Report by Clicking Here!


Reconditioning batteries is not a new profession. It has been around for a reasonable amount of time in the "lead acid" (auto and marine batteries) business. In it's infancy lead acid batteries were ...

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Battery Operated Locomotive - 50 Tons Worth

>> Thursday, October 22, 2009



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Battery Operated Prototype Train Hits the Norfolk Southern Railway Tracks
http://cleantechnica.com/2009/10/20/battery-operated-prototype-train-hits-the-norfolk-southern-railway-tracks/
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Your 1 Stop for Organic Gardening

>> Saturday, October 17, 2009





Many of you folks know this is my beginnings as a homesteader and organic gardener, and I have been doing a ton of research. These are my findings,,,

Most gardeners have heard of companion planting and may know that you should plant garlic under your roses, or plant onions and ...

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Colony Collapse: Are Potent Pesticides Killing Honeybees?

>> Monday, October 12, 2009



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Chickens and Building Your Own Hen House

>> Friday, October 9, 2009




Who doesn't relish the idea of collecting your own fresh organic eggs from your own chickens, right in your own backyard?

The great thing about chickens is once you are set up with a quality coop, a good location, and a few protected chicks, other than....

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