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By Elle Harrow and Terry Markowitz | June 19, 2009
The greening of America is a daunting task but that old motto, ?Think globally, act locally? is a good place to start. Sparking your eco-imagination is Pam Sterling, owner of Laguna Green EcoSmart Kitchen and Bath Gallery. This former corporate businesswoman had an eco-awakening two and a half years ago. ?I became aware that we are intimately connected to everything around us. When I began to understand how we actually create the energy that surrounds us, I began to change many things in my life including my relationship to the environment.
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March 12, 2010
The Laguna Beach County Water District is hoping that customers will take steps to save water by seeking out and fixing leaky faucets and shower heads, running toilets and other water-wasters, according to a news release. The district is promoting ?Fix a Leak Week? Monday through March 21, a program sponsored by the Environmental Protection Agency. The WaterSense program is an annual reminder to Americans to check household plumbing fixtures and irrigation systems for leaks, which account for more than 1 trillion gallons of water wasted each year in U.S. homes, according to Renae Hinchey, general manager of the Laguna Beach Water District.
BUSINESS
January 8, 2010
Wade honored for lobbying efforts Robert Wade, a Laguna Beach landscaper and director of legislation for the California Landscape Contractors Assn., received a 2009 leadership award for his political involvement regarding immigration and water conservation issues on a national and regional level. The award, recognizing exceptional leadership qualities and accomplishments in the landscape industry, is given annually by Lawn & Landscape Magazine. Wade was honored for his involvement in promoting numerous bills addressing immigration reform and the state-wide water crisis.
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March 12, 2010
The Laguna Beach County Water District is hoping that customers will take steps to save water by seeking out and fixing leaky faucets and shower heads, running toilets and other water-wasters, according to a news release. The district is promoting ?Fix a Leak Week? Monday through March 21, a program sponsored by the Environmental Protection Agency. The WaterSense program is an annual reminder to Americans to check household plumbing fixtures and irrigation systems for leaks, which account for more than 1 trillion gallons of water wasted each year in U.S. homes, according to Renae Hinchey, general manager of the Laguna Beach Water District.
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ENTERTAINMENT
By Elle Harrow and Terry Markowitz | June 19, 2009
The greening of America is a daunting task but that old motto, ?Think globally, act locally? is a good place to start. Sparking your eco-imagination is Pam Sterling, owner of Laguna Green EcoSmart Kitchen and Bath Gallery. This former corporate businesswoman had an eco-awakening two and a half years ago. ?I became aware that we are intimately connected to everything around us. When I began to understand how we actually create the energy that surrounds us, I began to change many things in my life including my relationship to the environment.
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