- Action Teams
Look for this talk and plant sale in the fall, which will offer a better planting time for butterfly/bee friendly plants. We’ll be presenting a forum on our vital pollinators and how we can help them by not using harmful pesticides such as the neonicotinoids, and by increasing their habitat. RSN will have milkweed, […]
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Here is sad and urgent information about the incredible migrating Monarch Butterfly, whose future survival–primarily because of habitat and food source destruction, as well as harmful pesticides–is severely threatened. These are regular California visitors on their way to a particular mountain area in Mexico. They feed exclusively on milkweed plants which are rapidly disappearing.
The 2013-14 cohort of City Kids Go Outdoors (CKGO) Junior Stewards are coming back as Level 2 Junior Steward candidates, and a new group of kids is ready for the 2014-15 Level 1 program. All that is needed is another two or three Senior Stewards to guide the young people in the program that connects […]Read more →
If You Build It They Will Come!
Interested in attracting more birds and other wildlife to your yard? As ongoing development continues to affect the movement of wildlife, Kurt Leuschner, a professor of natural resources at College of the Desert, and a popular speaker, will be giving a talk at the January 15th Redlands Horticulture […]Read more →
On December 23, 2014 By Redlands Sustainability Network
Canada’s newest “national park” is a vibrant patchwork of green space meanderingthrough dynamic downtown neighbourhoods in one of Canada’s densest metropolises, along the former path of a creek buried more than 100 years. It’s a welcoming space for birds and bees that’s nurturing a new generation of city-builders. And it may spread to your city.
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On December 16, 2014 By Redlands Sustainability Network
By Edmund G. Brown Jr., Christy Clark, Jay Inslee and John Kitzhaber
Los Angeles Times, December 11, 2014
The United Nations Climate Change Conference in Lima, Peru, is wrapping up Friday after 12 days of negotiations on global carbon emissions.
Yet, even as we work through the complexities of an international agreement, it […]Read more →
After California voters were duped into defeating GMO labeling in 2012, the push for greater information neither died nor faded away. As we anxiously await Prop 92’s fate in Oregon, Slow Food members and GMO labeling proponents are heartened by Whole Foods corporate decision to initiate their own labeling process. Although supporters of Slow Food […]Read more →
From Center for a New American Dream
These days, the holidays seem to bring us more stress than joy. Tradition, family, and faith have become obscured by the pressures to spend money. We all want to show our loved ones that we care about them, but we don’t want to go broke (or crazy!) […]Read more →
On November 25, 2014 By Redlands Sustainability Network
By John Light
The latest IPCC report is out, and the news is not happy.
The chair of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, Rajendra Pachauri, called today’s report the “strongest, most robust and most comprehensive” to come out of the IPCC, which has been tracking climate change since 1988. It is “yet another […]Read more →
- Future Forum April 20, 2015
- Almost 1 billion monarch butterflies have vanished February 24, 2015
- Redlands Conservancy seeks senior stewards February 17, 2015
- Need red composting worms? January 13, 2015
- Creating a Backyard Wildlife Habitat January 6, 2015