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We're OK in California AND Texas

By Heather 10 years ago

Podcasting reaches the parts other Wigglyness simply cant reach!
The Wiggly Podcast has listeners all over the World and of course they have their own iTunes stores where reviews are posted.Here are the latest from the US Store - thanks to KK and Texas Dave:
KK from CaliforniaWiggly Wigglers Rock! 5 starsI have just discovered your podcast and website. What an absolutely brilliant (to use Heather's word) and creative way to send out some of the most interesting, helpful and ecological information. I have grown very fond of all of you and I feel that I am right there in your living room and traipsing your farm. How truly glad I am to have found you and so thankful that you have followed some wiggly dream and vision to share with us all. Bravo! Karel Hendee
Texas DaveWho thought gardening could be this fun! 5 startsI'm not sure how I found this podcast but, it is now one of my favourites! The characters that the show has developed are fun and consistant. The content is always fresh and a true treat each week. If you know someone just getting starting in podcasting or, who loves nature, gardening and comedy, pass this podcast along. Each week I feel like I'm on the sofa with the gang. And yes, Farmer Phil has a fan in Texas! Cheers from Dave near Dallas TX.
Tune in on iTunes or pop here me dear!

Carnival of Environmental Issues

By Heather 11 years ago


Welcome to the Wiggly Wigglers carnival of environmental issues.



marjorie presents Which Companies Put the Climate First? posted at Green Thinking Blog, saying, "Stonyfield Farm began this wonderful non-profit organization called Climate Counts in collaboration with Clean Air-Cool Planet. The main goal of the organization is to bring consumers and companies together to fight climate change on Planet Earth. Companies need to be accountable for the effect they have on the climate."


Mike Bergin presents Populations of migratory waterbirds dropping fast posted at 10,000 Birds, saying, "A little note about how universal certain environmental issues are."


Peter Jones presents Indigenous Peoples and Areas At Risk from Climate Change posted at Indigenous Issues Today.


Louise Manning presents UK reservoirs full; Australia a different story posted at The Human Imprint.


Ruth presents Plastic not so fantastic posted at SugarFish.


Amitabh Mukherjee presents Battle for the North Pole posted at CHURNING NEWS, VIEWS & INSIGHT.


Mary@SimplyForties presents My New Best Friend - a Worm! posted at SimplyForties, saying, "My experience with keeping a worm bin in my basement."


Editor, The SciTech Journal presents Global Warming: Greenhouse effect and rising sea levels posted at The SciTech Journal.





That concludes this edition. Submit your blog article to the next edition of a carnival of environmental issues using our carnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.
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Carnival of Environmental Issues

By Heather 11 years ago


Welcome to the Wiggly Wigglers carnival of environmental issues.


Roland presents The trash Vortex of the Pacific Ocean posted at Manufactured landscapes.


Tip Diva presents Greening Your Bathroom posted at Tip Diva, saying, "If you’re looking to become more green, why not start with your bathroom? Here are ways to conserve energy, water and more"


Tip Diva presents Getting Rid Of Things posted at Tip Diva, saying, "Do you have unneeded items laying about your house? Don’t know what to do with them? Well, don’t throw them out - there are other ways you can get rid of them without contributing them to landfills"


Rebecca Newburn presents August Thriving in the Burbs Newsletter posted at Thriving in the 'Burbs, saying, "Thriving in the 'Burbs has a downloadable, customizable monthly newsletter that you can tailor to your community and locale. It'll help you support your community in going green by organizing people to make sustainable lifestyle choices, such as installing clotheslines. Learn how to thrive in challenging times and do it in community."


Phil B. presents Why Nuclear Power Plants are Horrible « Phil for Humanity posted at Phil for Humanity, saying, "The reasons against nuclear (fission) power plants are because they are non-renewable, dangerous, and create radioactive waste."


Go Green Travel Green presents Recycled Coca Cola Soda Bottle Shirts posted at Go Green Travel Green.


Mike Bergin presents Vultures, Diclofenac, Rabies, and Ecological unravelling posted at 10,000 Birds, saying, "This post by Charlie Moores connects the dots between Vultures, Diclofenac, Rabies, and Ecological unravelling"


Katrina Cain presents Did You Know Broken Compact Fluorescent Bulbs Are Toxic? posted at Were You Wondering....


Louise Manning presents Eat kangaroo and lower your carbon footprint posted at The Human Imprint.


Meg A. presents 5 Ways to Save the Rainforest posted at How to Make a Difference.


Ena Clewes presents Dealing With Garden Pests the Organic Way - Gardening Articles - Organic Gardening posted at Organic Gardening, saying, "For many gardeners, a good offense is better than a good defense when it comes to pests in the garden."


matthew bennett presents The Facts & Benefits of Buying a Heat Pump posted at Heat Pumps - The Real Facts, saying, "Lots more usefull information about Heat Pump Technology is available on the site."


Ro Troia presents Power From the Sun Puts Money in Your Pocket posted at Blog the Rockies.


Ben Dinsmore presents Tidal Energy: Harnessing the Power of the Sea posted at Trees Full of Money, saying, "If Maine Maritime Academy in Castine, ME is successful in their latest initiative, we may soon be adding tidal energy to the growing list of viable alternative energy sources."


Katrina Cain presents What is a Carbon Credit? posted at Were You Wondering....


Katrina Cain presents Burning Candles Can Cause Indoor Air Pollution posted at Were You Wondering....


Leon Gettler presents Emissions trading: business spits the dummy posted at Sox First, saying, "When business starts putting its hand out asking for Government welfare to help it fight climate change, you have to start worrying."


Peter Jones presents A Roadmap Towards Sustainability: Excellent Book on How to Reach a Sustainable Future posted at Great New Books that Are a Must Read.


Deanna Caswell presents Little House in the Suburbs: How to Compost posted at Little House in the Suburbs.


Piotr Stepien presents Raw Vegan Food posted at we overstep, saying, "What seemed to be an extreme diet is easier and more efficient than a regular diet."


Victoria E presents The Final Word on Water Bottle Safety (Not From the FDA) posted at Victoria Everman :: Sustainable, Creative, Enlightened Living :: San Francisco.


Tabitha Smith presents Solar Misconception: I Should Wait for New Technology posted at Sweet Solar Home, saying, "Going solar is a great way to go green, but a lot of people want to wait for new technology. Should you?"


Kelly Sonora presents Top 50 Green Fashion and Design Blogs posted at Organicasm.


TheLittlestGuy presents who peed in the water? posted at TheLittlestGuy.


Silicon Valley Blogger presents 10 Simple Ways To Save Money And The Environment. posted at The Digerati Life.


The Smarter Wallet presents 7 Frugal Tips To Clean and Care For Your Clothes posted at The Smarter Wallet, saying, "Save the environment by reducing consumption and making the things you own last longer."

That concludes this edition. Submit your blog article to the next edition of carnival of environmental issues using our carnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.Technorati tags: , .

A Carnival of Environmental Issues

By Heather 11 years ago


Welcome to the Wiggly Wigglers carnival of environmental issues.


John presents Posturing on Offshore Drilling posted at A DC Birding Blog.

Teri presents My Work as an Environmental Biologist posted at Teri's Organic Garden, saying, "My work as an environmental biologist working with 2 amazing grants - the Public Seed Initiative and the Organic Seed Partnership - both grants involve organic vegetable farming issues and ways to solve them."

Katrina Cain presents Does Living Near A Busy Road Cause Allergies in Children? posted at Were You Wondering....

Patty Howe presents David Blume touts Alcohol Can Be A Gas ! posted at { gathering home }, saying, "Noted ecological biologist David Blume has been promoting his book, Alcohol Can Be A Gas and continues to talk about the importance of alcohol-based fuels, and of how the oil industry has worked against the developement of alternative fuels. Read more on the issue"

michelle presents Green Tips to Save Money on Your Bills This Summer posted at InventorSpot.com, saying, "This is a green blog by Gloria, writing about innovations for the environment. Thanks"

Sagar Satapathy presents How to: Get Great Deals on Organic Clothing - 25 Tips and Resources posted at Organicasm.

Katrina Cain presents Exposure to Air Pollution Can Increase Blood Pressure. posted at Were You Wondering....

Betsy Teutsch presents ToothPaste Extremism: Personal Micro-Ecology posted at Money Changes Things, saying, "Little experiments in "micro-ecology" can make a difference - like getting every last drop out of a toothpaste tube!"

Matt DiChiara presents Los Angeles Apartments Get Free Recycling posted at MyNewPlace Blog.

Myscha Theriault presents Garbage Into Gold: Great Ways to Recycle Old Containers Wise Bread posted at Wise Bread, saying, "I would like to submit this recycling article to your carnival of environmental issues. Thank you for your time."




That concludes this edition. Submit your blog article to the next edition of a carnival of environmental issues using our carnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.
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Carnival of Environmental Issues

By Heather 11 years ago


Welcome to the July 15, 2008 edition of the Wiggly Wigglers carnival of environmental issues.

travelcat4 presents Latest Invention - Pedestrian Generated Electricity posted at Latest Inventions.


Yannai Kranzler presents Calling All Voices posted at Climate of Change.


Jason Isbell presents Reusing the waste: Home Edition posted at Tired Garden.


Julena presents Strange Days on Planet Earth and Your Makeup Kit posted at Organic Makeup and Skin Care, saying, "Just think: chemicals in tiniest doses can be more harmful then ever expected before. And "chemical coctails" are more dangerous than the ingredients on their own. And we know nothing about the combinations men created..."


Louise Manning presents LA turns to rainmakers posted at The Human Imprint.


Sean Reynolds presents Climate Change posted at Creativity, saying, "We humans often like to feel that we are in control."


GP presents Get Pumped to Hit the Road posted at Innstyle Montana- Come on Inn, saying, "Tools you can use to travel the road efficiently"


cheryline lawson presents Run Your Car On Water Technology posted at Run Car on Water Mix, saying, "Gas prices are currently so high that people are looking for alternative ways to save and the water fuel conversion system is quite something of interest that will help with saving the environment."


Marilyn Terrell presents The Trek Against Trash posted at Intelligent Travel, saying, "Two young people hiking the long distance Appalachian Trail in the US, picking up trash [i.e. rubbish] as they go."


Tip Diva presents Tip Diva Top Ten Tips - Recycling Old Newspapers And Magazines posted at Tip Diva, saying, "If you have old newspapers or magazines and don’t know what to do with them, don’t fret - there are plenty of ways to recycle your pile"


Tip Diva presents Tip Diva Top Ten Tips - Reusing Chinese Takeout Containers posted at Tip Diva, saying, "When you receive Chinese, Japanese or other takeout food in plastic containers, do not throw them out after consuming your wonton soup. They are versatile and can be employed for many different uses"


Deanus presents Electric Fetish from Monaco posted at Green Supercar, saying, "Green traffic, right way, right price?"


Roger presents Exxon crude oil $US45.45: US Supreme Court ruling posted at typing is not activism...., saying, "Hello! Plenty of other enviro-bits to pick from on-blog. Have a crack at the tag cloud if curious :)"


Idiot/Savant presents Climate change: the Garnaut report posted at No Right Turn, saying, "A quick look at Australia's Garnaut Review of climate change policy."


Amanda Harris presents The Green Glass Company posted at Pajama Mommy.


NAOMI presents PRINCE CHARLES RUNNING HIS CAR ON WINE posted at Diary From England.


Leon Gettler presents Clueless on environmental risk posted at Sox First, saying, "You would think at a time when the world is aware of the effects of climate change, that companies would be getting ready with some risk analysis. Think again. A new report from the Economist Intelligence Unit shows that companies are struggling to get their heads around environmental risk."


Louise Manning presents Corruption in the water sector posted at The Human Imprint.


Jess presents 10 Simple Steps Towards Sustainability posted at Sustainable Suburbia, saying, "In this article I discuss ten simple things people can to right now to make their lifestyle more sustainable."


Peter Jones presents A Roadmap Towards Sustainability: Excellent Book on How to Reach a Sustainable Future posted at Great New Books that Are a Must Read.


Peter Jones presents Climate Change, Drought, and Indigenous Peoples: The Current Situation posted at Indigenous Issues Today.


John presents Coal vs. Wind in Appalachia posted at A DC Birding Blog.
Leon Gettler presents Conflicted consumers and the greenwashers posted at Sox First, saying, "The rise of the green consumer explains why greenwashing has become such an issue"






That concludes this edition. Submit your blog article to the next edition of a carnival of environmental issues using our carnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.


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Carnival of Environmental Issues

By Heather 11 years ago

Welcome to the June 24, 2008 edition of the Wiggly Wigglers carnival of environmental issues.
Michel Fortin presents Are All Business People Dishonest? posted at The Michel Fortin Blog.

Yannai Kranzler presents Changing the World, One Multinational at a Time posted at Climate of Change, saying, "Thanks! (Please let me know if/when our entry enters the Carnival)"

Phil B. presents Global Warming is Ruining the Earth posted at Phil for Humanity, saying, "A list of how the world has changed so dramatically."

Peter Jones presents Indigenous Peoples, Climate Change, and the United Nations: Draft Report of Seventh Session posted at Indigenous Issues Today.

Leon Gettler presents Big Oil wins again posted at Sox First, saying, "Hardly surprising but Exxon Mobil's leaders have defeated the descendents of Standard Oil's founder John D Rockefeller. Those descendents wanted Exxon Mobil to improve its corporate governance by splitting the chairman and CEO roles, now held by Rex Tillerson. They also wanted the company to commit to reducing greenhouse gases, and to start embracing alternative energy."

Fuel Efficient Driver presents Better Gas Mileage With A Moped posted at I Want Better Gas Mileage, saying, "If high gas prices are really busting your budget �C and youdon't mind standing out from the crowd �C consider buying a moped foryour day-to-day trips."

Martinique presents Be green, healthy and rich by giving up on your car posted at Queercents, saying, "I’ve noticed in the past few years that saving money, staying fit, and being green seem to walk hand-in-hand like a three-way relationship that actually works. One of the simplest ways this plays out in my own life is on my bike."

Tate Dwinnell presents Algae an Emerging Biofuel - GreenFuel, Solix, Live Fuel, Algenol posted at Green Energy Trends, saying, "Hi, this is a new site of mine focused on green energy trends - thanks for considering the article for inclusion!"

Jon Rochetti presents "Scotty…I Need More Power!" The Ultimate Green Graduation Gift. posted at The DC Traveler – Washington DC travel & tourism information, saying, "Here's a review of a couple solar powered back packs, perfect for saving energy."

Niharika presents 53 Easy Tips to Use Less Water posted at EcoTrekker.

Matt DiChiara presents Green Apartment Construction Hinges on Living Density posted at MyNewPlace Blog, saying, "thanks and have a good weekend!"

Louise Manning presents Wind farms posted at The Human Imprint.

Tiffany Washko presents Is It Green, Religious, Or Just Smart? posted at Natural Family Living Blog.

John presents Red Knots Not Eating Enough posted at A DC Birding Blog.

Tiffany Washko presents Freedom Gardens - Grow Your Own Food posted at Natural Family Living Blog.

Cindy King presents Can You Learn From International Social Predictions On Rising Gas Prices? posted at Cindy King, saying, "A German Guys Social Prediction On Rising Gas Prices and How They Will Impact America"

Mark Babineaux presents Conservation-stop-thinking-of-yourself posted at Where-is-my-success-i-don't-know-what-to-look-for.

Heather Johnson presents Guest Post - Passive Smoke Equals Active Pollution posted at Environmental Crimes Blog.



That concludes this edition. Submit your blog article to the next edition of a carnival of environmental issues using our carnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.


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