FROCK LA Vivien Long Sleeve Dress with Train

FROCK LA Vivien Long Sleeve Dress with Train

I am loving FROCK LA Vivien dress! This is a beautiful dress, I can’t even explain it. Usually ethical dresses are a little less than red carpet. Frock LA is beautifully! The dress is very simple yet elegant. I think that ethical clothing is finally really starting to gain style and not look crunchy the way most people expect. This dress is complete proof.

Description: Get seriously smitten with this sustainable jersey gown. A surefire way to make an entrance (or exit) at your next formal event. Exude elegance without looking overdone. This dress will speak volumes with it’s classic lines, backless design, and subtle rounded train. Pair with a cocktail ring and clutch bag.
– Made by FROCK LA
– 95% Bamboo Viscose/5% Spandex
– Floor length with small rounded train
– Long Sleeve
– Backless
– Made in USA

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Sustainable Vocations 2012

Sustainable Vocations

Sustainable Vocations



Date: July 25 at 8:00am until August 11 at 5:00pm

Description: Sustainable Vocations provides an experiential introduction to green vocations and prepares young people (ages 15-24) for diverse leadership roles that integrate sustainability into their communities. In addition to serving as a holistic education and leadership program, graduates receive an internationally recognized Permaculture Design Certification.

Join us on this hands-on learning journey to create a more sustainable future

Permaculture Design – Sustainable Living Skills – Leadership & Community Building – Renewable Energy Intro – Green Building & Natural Building Intros – Environmental & Social Justice – Watershed Restoration – Localizing Food & Economy – Animal Husbandry – Rainwater Harvesting & Greywater Design – EcoEntrepreneurship & Sustainable Business – Nature Awareness – The Way of Council and Relationship Building – And More!

Cost: $2,500 tuition. Includes education, meals & camping

Early Bird discount: $2,250 for applications received by May 1, 2012

Priority Financial Aid Application Date: applications for financial aid (scholarships and payment plans) received by May 1, 2012 will receive priority consideration

Limited partial SCHOLARSHIPS are available for low-income youth and families thanks to the generosity of our scholarship fund sponsors. Sustainable Vocations is committed to program accessibility, and we offer creative strategies for those in need of assistance including ideas for raising funds from your network as well as payment plans to spread out the cost of the program. Diverse youth and families are passionately encouraged to inquire.

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Green Reading!!

This unique guide to saving our planet is targeted at teens and features real comments and tips by members of the MySpace community! By teens…for teens. What better way to get the message across to our future generations?


Canadian journalist Farquharson takes readers on her 366-day journey to live a more environmentally conscious lifestyle, making one positive change each day.


Ed Begley, Jr.’s Guide to Sustainable Living lays out a detailed road map culled from Ed’s thirty-nine years of green living. For the first time ever, a comprehensive plan is provided, from effective conservation techniques to producing your own energy.  Starting with the energy audit, Ed shows us how to create a game plan for resource conservation in the home. Then, once an adequate baseline of resource use is achieved, he leads us into more in-depth eco-matters, such as the production of alternative energy, and how to use solar and wind energy and a geothermal pump. As Ed’s guide continues, the focus then turns to sustainable lifestyle management choices, such as home gardening, and guidelines on creating a green nursery for your children. This book covers it all–small to large–in plain language and in a progression from resource conservation to energy production and lifestyle management that makes both environmental and fiscal sense.  There’s something here for everyone–new and experienced environmentalists alike–and Ed walks you through every step of the way with helpful sidebars that outline costs and paybacks, as well as essays detailing his experiences of completing these eco-projects on his own home.

As fun to look at as it is to use, Cool Green Stuff features a gallery of environmentally friendly fashions, jewelry, bags, gadgets, home decor, and other one-of-a-kind products that were designed and produced to make the world a cooler and greener place. Inspired by the latest reports of “cool hunters”—a new breed of trend watchers who travel the physical and virtual world in search of cutting-edge design—these products will amaze and tempt you. From a wine-bottle hanging lamp to floral bracelets made of vintage fabric, this collection showcases the imagination and innovation of leading designers at work around the world today. Some of the designs in Cool Green Stuff meet our environmental challenges head on, actually saving energy, water, and waste; others aim to tread lightly on our delicate planet. Each product is coupled with an explanation of its environmental significance, the materials used to create it, and its website so you can buy it (note: no one paid to be in this book).

Save the Earth one game at a time!



Earthopoly is the perfect way to teach your family about the importance of being earth friendly. Many important lessons parents try to teach their children are often learned through games because you want to teach your children that doing the right thing can be fun. Being environmentally conscious is just another one of those important lessons. Earthopoly can make your family night fun and educational without being boring. Your children can spread the education at friends houses and parties, it can even be brought to school! This can be the ultimate chance to pay it forward!

Product Description:
Earthopoly is a game that celebrates the Earth one turn at a time. Players buy properties, collect Carbon Credits and trade them for Clean Air. As they travel the board visiting each impressive land form, they will learn about the planet and pick up Go Green tips from each deed card. Learn about Earth and how to care for it as you play. All the paper is recyclable. The ink is soy based. The game pieces are either made by nature or completely recyclable.

From the Manufacturer:
Earthopoly is a game that celebrates the earth one turn at a time. Players buy properties, collect carbon credits and trade them for clean air. As they travel the board visiting each impressive land form, they will learn about the planet and pick up go green tips from each deed card. Learn about earth and how to care for it as you play. There is traditional play or one hour version. This game was also created with an attempt to make the game as earth-friendly as possible. All the paper is recyclable. The ink is soy based. The game pieces are either made by nature or completely recyclable.

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