Eco Joe Will Help Student Across Nation become BioSmart
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Eco Joey Will Help Student Across Nation become BioSmart
Jay Bart of Barona gets on the ZeroTree Honor "Roll" list!
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RELATED PLANT YOUR DREAM BLOG
TO REGAIN YOUR BEAT WITH NATURE
GROW SOME FOOD
START WITH GROWING ORGANIC ALFALFA AND KAMUT
Use this BioSmart Container to grow your organic Alfalfa and Kamut Seedlings
and then, once they fill the cup, eat some of your dream to digest your dream and also repot some of your alfalfa in the ground. Alfalfa, in our garden in San Diego, was planted in the ground around June and it is about ten inches tall as of October.
IS INTENDED FOR FOOD
I grow organic alfalfa in it.
Perfect for soups on-the-go or for institutional cook/chill applications when a lidding machine is used. Use Lid #B-3121
LIDS FOR REGAINING YOUR CONFIDENCE YOU CAN GROW YOUR OWN FOOD
GROW ALFALFA IN THESE CONTAINERS
HOW FAST WILL A DREAM GROW PROJECT?
AS FAST AS A BLADE OF GRASS
ORDER THIS CONTAINER FOR THIS PROJECT
Microwave & Freezer Safe
Water & Oil Resistant up to 212˚F
4 oz Portion / Sample Cup
Perfect for sauces and dips along with your meal or included in your to-go container. Use Lid #B-1104
Fits #B-1004. “No Stick” feature makes it easier than ever to separate without damaging the lip.
Read about it here on the New Plant Your Dream Blog
These containers are also intended to replace plastic in my
Jewish Renewal Sacred Food Project.
ECO JOEY MENDELSOHN WILL HELP STUDENTS ACROSS THE NATION BECOME BIOSMART
Joey was the creator of the Eco-Useable water bottle, and has sponsored numbers of exciting projects including the Luminaries hip hop group and
our very own projects. We know that all the youth in dorms are going to love meeting Joey and starting to use ZeroTree Toilet paper for after the Shit happens. The Shift has definitely happened and now is the time to use
BioSmart products to help end Styrofoam abuse; and EarthSmart ZeroTree. No more trees in toilet paper need to wasted.
This is a photo of Joey Mendelsohn, Sustainability hero, who sponsored the Luminaries. He is now working with Anthony Russo, lead sponsor of the Plant Your Dream Blog.
Eco Joey Will Help Students Across Nation become BioSmart with a new program to get the use of ZeroTree toilet paper in to dorms. The proposed launch will be in San DIego, where a number of top sustainability colleges exist, including nearby to the Enchanted Garden San Diego State University
as well as University of San Diego, and University of California San Diego (La Jolla. All three schools have strong sustainability focus.
CONTRACT ON THE TABLE
A contract is on the table now that will likely hook up Eco Joey,
the award winning eco standout with Anthony Russo, one of the Beet Keepers top Sustainability Experts. Anthony has been moving forward to go retail with the new ZeroTree Toilet paper that needs to be in everyone's bathroom.
Anthony, who has an eye for winning eco projects was one of the first to see the potential of Keep The Beet Media Star, the World's FIrst Talking Beet Plant, was to help give youth back their confidence that they can grow their own food. THe Keep The Beet project, where youth grow seeds to the seedling stake in BioSmart Sugar Can Bagasse Pots, is grounding.
Since the Natural Product Expo West in Anaheim last March of 2011, organic alfalfa has been showing up on the West Coast in these wonderful pots made by Anthony Russo's BioSmart as a way of letting youth and adults know that we each need to be an Organic Uprising, Standing Up for Nature's Original Technology. The pots are made from a by-product of sugar cane production.
The ZeroTree Toilet paper, Keep The Beet's favorite of the new EarthSmart- BioSmart Products are now geared up to go retail.
TOILET PAPER FOR AFTER THE SHIFT HAPPENS
For those in the know, and those in sync with the Mayan Calendar that speaks to the end of the world as we know it, October 28, was the official-unofficial last day when the Mayan's said the world would end. Of course, as Keep The Beet points out, what ended were our old unsustainable ways of living outside of Nature.
Now we are entering the Enchanted Garden Era--the 1000 years of year, and each day now is recognizing in our own lives that The Shift has happened. What better way that with ZeroTree, a very user friendly "end" product that is made from the lint of cotton and bamboo fibre.
RECENT ZERO TREE POPULARITY
ZeroTree was a big player on 21 days of touring between September 15-October. I have a photo of non other that Walt Robb, co-ceo of Whole Foods Market being presented a roll. Others on the honored "roll" call receiving the gift of ZeroTree Toilet paper include Barona's Jay Bart of Barona.
Barona Sets the Green Standard for Tribal Resorts
JAY BART SPOKE AT THE BRIGHT GREEN FUTURE CONFERENCE
AT USD (CONFERENCE WAS OCTOBER 21-22. 2011
Jay Bart of Barona
BIO NOTE AND PRESENTATION
FOR JAY BART
Barona Casino Sustainability Initiatives
Friday 1:00pm Green Business Session
Living in harmony with nature is an essential part of our heritage. The Barona Band of Mission Indians works diligently to protect and conserve all natural resources on our reservation. In this ever-changing world, we have embraced technology and woven it into our inherent respect for the earth.
Barona’s reverence for the environment spans thousands of years since the time our ancestors moved throughout the region, living in harmony with nature’s bounty. We continue this respect by practicing energy and resource conservation throughout our reservation and resort property. Jay Bart will outline the ongoing efforts to maintain and improve the sustainability of all the Barona facilities and business operations.
RELATED BRIGHT GREEN CONFERENCE NEWS
GOING CLEAN WITH GLOBAL SOAP PROJECT
What happens to used hotel soap?
By Kitty Bean Yancey, USA TODAY Updated 6/23/2010 1:39 PM
Typically it is thrown away.
...I heard from a rep for the Barona Resort & Casino in the San Diego area, who said it used to discard thousands of bars of soap weekly. It signed up with the Global Soap Project and has its housekeepers collect used soap for shipment to the project.
Barona is "excited that there was a way to help reuse the estimated one billion bars of soap the nation's hotel industry tosses ever year," Jay Bart, Barona director of safety, health and environment, says in a statement.
Recycling soap is a hotel-industry trend My colleague Barbara De Lollis wrote about another such organization, Clean the World, in her Hotel Check-In blog. Read about it here. And some lodgings donate soap and toiletries to local charities. Readers, what do you think about such efforts? Do you leave behind slightly used soap or take home new bars and shampoos to give to the needy, as some travelers do?
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