InfoMarch 15, 2017 · Home & Garden
Positively Sustainable Launches New Website
Positively Sustainable’s new website is now mobile and user friendly to help people make smart choices in the kitchen, in the food you grow, and the life you live.Press Release VideoLoading the player...Details(prREACH)
The California based company, Positively Sustainable, recently launched a new website focused on growing what you eat, making hand crafted food, and sustainable, self-sufficient living. Positively Sustainable provides online workshops, creative living ideas, and projects for the do-it yourselfer. The new website is now mobile and user friendly.
Driven by the desire to eat healthier, eat local and a desire for simple living, the U.S. has seen a renaissance in home gardening, the slow food movement, and off grid and self-sufficient living.
According to the National Gardening Association, the average home gardener will save $530 a year in grocery bills, while avoiding harmful pesticides and herbicides through organic growing. With the uncertainty of genetically modified foods and other additives, increasingly Americans are looking to grow their own food, and food that is better tasting and more nutritious.
Positively Sustainable’s new website now gives information on gardening, with a particular focus on organic gardening, as well as slow food recipes and how-to videos and articles to live an independent life, in harmony with our planet. The new site has been designed to be viewed on ones’ mobile device as well.
Renewal energy technology is on the rise, and with it the desire to save money and tread lightly. Over 1 million households are expected to utilize rooftop solar technology by the end of the year, and more and more commuters are turning to hybrid and electric cards. Small steps lead to big changes that eventually lead to a lighter footprint, healthier environment and savings for all. Positively Sustainable presents cutting edge information on the latest in renewal energy technology. The website present opportunities and direction for the homesteader and environmentalist alike to build a life, a landscape, and a source of wealth for sustainable, self-sufficient living.
For more information on Positively Sustainable, visit their new website: www.PositivelySustainable.comLinksQuotes“We don't need a law against McDonald's or a law against slaughterhouse abuse--we ask for too much salvation by legislation. All we need to do is empower individuals with the right philosophy and the right information to opt out en masse.”ImagesContact
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