Posts in sustainability
A Healthy, Sustainable Kitchen

There is nothing with more power to impact our health than the food & drink we put into our bodies. For me, food must be both nourishing & pleasurable. Life is too short to eat bad! I grew up on a farm with a kitchen garden so I was spoiled with ripe-off-the-vine produce at a young age. The amplified flavor and nutrients of fresh produce taught me that shopping at local farmers markets is best for our bodies. Also, by shopping locally, we massively reduce our carbon footprint. I am spoiled at the moment in Berkeley with farmers markets daily, but I've been to dozens of markets in dozens of towns and they're just as good.

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Sustainable Clothing Staples

To me, the clothes I wear make or break how I feel in a day and give me an opportunity to express what I care about in the clothing industry. I live minimally, but I am active enough between exercise, messy boat projects and business that most days require a couple outfits.

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Plastic In Our Waters

If you're reading this, I'm guessing you probably have a good idea why it matters to reduce waste but we'll talk about it a little bit anyways. I have been an environmentalist since middle school, but there have been ups and downs on  my journey to reduce waste. I use to be so serious about it I'd go without food or water for quite a while to not get a piece of single use garbage. Now, I am just better prepared!

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sustainabilitySarah Danu