The Green Community week in review: Farmers' markets guide, oil supplies lower than reported, profit from recycling, and more

Get involved in America Recycles Day this Sunday (11/15) - Read more to see what you can do to get involved.

Recycle your hair: Who knew it had so many uses? - As good stewards of the earth, we recycle our goods. So why not recycle our hair? It has plenty of uses off of our heads.

Reap the rewards for recycling and make some green - Here are some ways you can profit just from recycling.

Green your home inside and out - Here are some of my favorite green home tips, finds, and all-around great information.

Need a break from all of the hoopla of the holidays? Take a yoga cruise and relax - Wound up and stressed from all of the upcoming holidays? Sign up for this yoga cruise to Cozumel and relax.

IEA whistle blower reports that oil supplies are lower than we're being told - Reports coming are coming in about a whistleblower from the International Energy Agency leaked information that we are much closer to the peak production of oil than anticipated.

MyGreenBuildings wins in the Greenest Remodeling category of the Master Design Awards Contest - MyGreenBuildings, the Sarasota-based green building company owned by Steve Ellis and Grant Castilow, has recently won an award in the Qualified Remodeler Master Design Awards Contest for the Green Remodel category.

Don’t forget to check out our Green Community Calendar for green events and workshops in the Bay Area!

What’s the buzz on the latest issues in the Green Community? Check out what you may have missed this last week:

The Temple Terrace Preservation Society's next meeting to feature local author Dr. John Henry Fleming and his book Fearsome Creatures of Florida - Dr. Fleming will do a reading and signing of his latest book that's mystical, magical and funny, with an environmental theme about preserving what's left of Florida.

Tampa Bay Area farmers'/green markets guide - Here's your guide to finding the freshest, locally produced foods and goods (and an all-around good time) at weekly fresh markets in the Bay Area.

Sustainability and spirituality - Eric Stewart's speech on sustainability for a local Unitarian Universalist church in Odessa.

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