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The efforts of the Redlands Sustainability Network (RSN) and IERCD (Inland Empire Resource Conservation District) to help the area’s drought affected trees were the focus of a front page article in the Redlands Daily Facts on Saturday.

The article featured the “Save Our Trees” yard signs and the upcoming forum – […]

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Please contact Diana Turley at 909-798-1256 if you want a sign to post in your yard. We’re focusing on Redlands yards and businesses first and also seeking higher traffic areas to get this important message out!

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Trees are a vital part of living sustainably. Here in Redlands we have a tree crisis – 1400 dead street and park trees. Some are young, but many are old ones that take decades to replace.

Many have been stressed by the continuing drought in California. In addition, well-meaning people have been removing lawns and changing […]

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Hundreds of Californians, and many activists and reporters throughout the country, have asked Hans Johnson, Los Angeles activist, why California’s statewide ban on throwaway plastic bags is so important. Here is an important article he wrote that appeared in the Huffington Post.

Two important things you can do: (Spread the word)

Vote No on […]

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 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 […]

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Redlands Daily Facts, 3/1/2013
By Kathy Havert

To see many sustainable businesses, come to the Redlands Sustainability Festival, March 9th from 11am to 3pm, on the University of Redlands campus.

A sustainable business is one that produces products or services that are environmentally friendly, and contribute to the social and economic health of the […]

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Redlands Daily Facts, 09/10/2012
By Roger Bell

The Redlands Sustainability Network is a collection of interested people determined to stimulate action to improve our community—its environmental health, economic security, and social justice. Our third general meeting will be from 1-4 PM on Sept 22nd at the Mitten Building in Redlands. Join us in action to […]

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Redlands Daily Facts, 05/22/2012
by Susan Finsen

We need to start connecting the dots regarding climate change: Record-breaking heat, natural disasters, rising sea levels and melting glaciers are not isolated anomalies. Rather, such events are the “new normal” as the earth warms.

The National Academies of Science of all the major industrialized nations conducting […]

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Redlands Daily Facts, 5/10/2012
By Kathy Havert

Allowing water to drain down the streets and through drains in the midst of large spans of grass is not the future of water in Redlands. Our changing climate and drought conditions dictate that we conserve and protect the water we have for future generations. The Redlands […]

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Redlands Daily Facts, 4/11/2012
By Roger Bell

Last Saturday, the Redlands Conservancy held the first of this spring’s Trails at Ten events. Over 100 people, including a lot of kids, attended to learn more about the flora and fauna of Oakmont Park and Trail, hear about the importance of “leave no trace” from an […]

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