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Eco-friendly garden spots grow on campus

Eco-friendly garden spots grow on campus

Karla Henry April 22, 2013

By Melanie Gaball April 18th, 2013 Section: News CSUN’s Southern California Ecoregion Demonstration Garden located by the Transit Center on Prairie Street. Photo credit: Brita Potenza / Daily...

Steve Trager, owner of the Green Zone, demonstrates proper gun handling. We come from the classroom. We spend a good couple of hours where we run through all of the safety rules. We practice. Our classes are interactive. I ask questions of you when Im done, he said. Photo credit: Charlie Kaijo / Daily Sundial

Former teacher opens fully green firearms training center

Melissa Simon April 18, 2012

After working many years as a high school teacher, Steve Trager used his pension to open a fully green, environmentally friendly firearms training center in Chatsworth called the Green Zone. Trager...

VPAC’s architectural features are eco-friendly

Brian De Los Santos February 3, 2011

The Valley Performing Arts Center, a $125 million state-of-the-art facility, may demand lower operating costs than other facilities of its size due to its green technology and building features. “We...

Striving for 100% sustainability in shoes and our lifestyle

Julio Alberto Cruz September 7, 2010

When most people think about eco-friendly apparel they think that it isn’t fashionable or they just don’t know how the clothes are actually made. A couple months ago I was in San Luis Obispo...

Adding respect to the three R’s of the environment

Julio Alberto Cruz June 29, 2010

In the last five years, the market for eco-friendly products has never been better, making it one of the fastest growing sectors of the U.S. economy, according to Mintel International, a London-based...

Easy, affordable ways for students to be green on campus and at home

Yazmin Cruz September 22, 2009

Kermit the Frog said it best, “It’s not easy being green.” Especially if you’re a student on a tight budget. Let’s face it, being green costs green and for students this may be a determent. By...

Movie Review: “No Impact Man”

Yazmin Cruz September 20, 2009

I went to see the documentary film “No Impact Man” and loved it. The film follows Colin Beaven, a writer and blogger, who along with his family, embark on a project that rids themselves of...

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