November ABODE takes stock for winter

It’s time once again for a new issue of ABODE—in fact, it’s on the stands as we speak. If you’re into the green thing, here are some highlights:

LEARN how much recycled content is in most newspapers—and how C-VILLE stacks up!

RECLAIM tap water through a national nonprofit!

SUSS OUT the difference between CFL and LED light bulbs!

GET WISE to the farmer’s markets that will carry you through the winter months!

BONE UP on using curtains to jazz up a room (they’ll save some energy while you’re at it)!

STOCK UP on knowledge about making soup stock from local chicken!

We will now put away our carnival barker’s voice and ask you nicely to pick up the issue, read, enjoy, and let us know what you think!

That is all.

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