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The 30 most recent items from TreeHugger
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    A Gibson guitar operation in Nashville was recently raided by Federal agents - this being the second time in 3 years. According to a WSJ article (see Guitar Frets) , they were looking for

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    Just months after the BP spill last year, an Enbridge pipeline spilled nearly a million gallons of oil into a creek flowing into the Kalamazoo River near Battle Creek, Michigan. It became the largest oil spill in the

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    Don't Blink or You'll Miss It! Google has created a series of video ads called "Search Stories". They're basically short vignettes showing some cool projects that were made possible by people finding the right information (using Google, of course). The

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    Paper Age reports that "total printing-writing paper shipments decreased 6.4% in August compared to August 2010." Burrowing in, Fortress Specialty Cellulose echos the

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    From the Redskins' huge solar installation to a solar-powered NASCAR track that mows its grass with sheep, major sporting venues can be an ideal location for solar power. From large expanses of rooftops and parking lots to their high energy needs to

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    Blooming Lake Erie. Photo Credit: NASA EO Pure Michigan is a slogan used in the Great Lakes State, to bring in tourists and celebrate the beauty of nature. You probably won't be seeing these images in any Pure Michigan ad campaign. They're of algae,

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    Western Michigan University is installing solar-powered electric car charging. But it has to chop down nine trees to do it.

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    The Gene-Z app works with Apple and Android and can detect plant diseases in 10-30 minutes.

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    Where I was preoccupied with everything Herman Miller after a tour of their factories

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    The Michigan basin has extensive shale gas reserves, yet it is not a political issue for Democrats or Republicans. Why?

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    Researchers propose using the vibrations of the heart to keep pacemakers going, eliminating the need to replace batteries.

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    The last pack of wolves in a Michigan national park is near extinction. Should humans intervene?

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    It is a few years old but a real find. We probably won't see the likes of it again for a while.

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    The evaluation report three years after Double Up Food Bucks started giving incentives to SNAP (formerly food stamp) recipients

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    Matt Grocoff describes how his ancestors lived " in an elegant cradle-to-cradle, closed loop pattern."

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    Republican Candidate in Michigan blames too much federal regulation. Others might suggest too little.

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    How big of a locavore are you? Could you eat only foods that were available to Native Americans before 1600?

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    An Ann Arbor brewery has just completed a $350,000 overhaul of its facilities, all in the name of greener beer.

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    Plus, NTSB Investigators said a "culture of deviance" delayed Enbridge's response once the 2010 was first detected.

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    Beekeeper, and World War II veteran, is at risk of losing his beehives he's had since the 1950s.

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    When cars first began appearing in the late 19th century, some cities moved to ban them -- but there is still one place in the US that has yet to change its mind.

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    It wouldn't solve everything, but becoming a solar power hub could give a new spark to the area.

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    When the incumbents do everything in their power to keep you out of the market, rather than try to compete with you directly on the merit of their products, you know you're on to something.

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    Does the state of Michigan need a wolf hunt? Voters will get the chance to weigh in.

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    However, the voter’s choice won’t be the final say.

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    Well, at least the most iconic animal in the United States won't catch on fire too easily...

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    Proposed bill would make burning tires and other industrial solid waste count towards the state’s mandate of generating 10 percent of its energy from renewables.

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    Phoenix Haus brings European prefab technology to the midwest

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    Elegant necklaces, rings, bracelets and earrings are planted with hardy succulents and worn as jewelry.

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    Restaurants win; Great Lakes lose.