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Do you want to save the world by greening your little corner of it? That’s what Green Goods Guide is all about.

Whether you’re looking for great conservation ideas, green household cleaning products, green home goods, heirloom seeds, ways to reduce/reuse/recycle, sources for reusable shopping bags, or red worms for your compost bin, this is the place where you’ll find reviews, sources, and ideas.

There are also a lot of issues that maybe fly under the radar and we’ll do our best to bring them to your attention. Whether it be the black market in tropical timber that hurts the environment and may be used to make the musical instrument you’re thinking of purchasing, or the mercury levels in that Compact Fluorescent lightbulb you’ve been buying to save energy and that needs proper disposal and an emergency plan if a bulb breaks in your home, we’ll be letting you know about it here.

We’ll also be filling you in on what are real green goods, and not greenwashed goods!

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What Is Health?

July 17th, 2012 by phons

Well Hello!

It has been way too long since I have posted on here. My apologies, I have had so many projects I am working on.

I hope you are well and like this article – and even if you don’t or disagree – as long as it makes you happy, I’m --> Read the rest of the Article

We’re changing our feed to Feedburner for our New Podcast

June 26th, 2012 by bj

Just a bit of news for those who are subscribers to our rss feed. We’re in the process of changing our feed to Feedburner. The new feed will be located at http://feeds.feedburner.com/greengoodsguide/XomY.

Why are we doing this?

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Keep the Kids Busy This Summer!

June 19th, 2012 by bj

The Non-Toxic Kids Blog has a great article about green and non-toxic ways to keep your kids busy this summer. Some of the suggestions include old standbys like camping and hiking, but there are also some new twists suggested to the old favorites.

I’d also add some more new ones:

Taking --> Read the rest of the Article