In 2015 a group of committed friends got together and formed Women’s Emergence with the intention of supporting conscious living, compassionate action and mindful education. In 2016 Women’s Emergence created The Mindfulness Green Cooperative as the vehicle to make that mission possible.


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We Euthanize 2,700,000 Dogs and Cats a Year

We Euthanize 2,700,000 Dogs and Cats a Year

Each year, in the United States, over seven and a half million animals end up in local animal shelters. 31% of the dogs and 41% of the cats are euthanized.

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Organic vs. Conventional Farming

Organic vs. Conventional Farming

Organic farmers grow their crops in ways that encourage water and soil purity and conservation, and in ways that minimize pollution.

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Carrots: "What's up doc? . . "

Carrots: "What's up doc? . . "

So here’s what a carrot provides: high fiber, beta-carotene, anti-oxidants, Vitamins A, B8, C, K, potassium, iron, pantothenic acid, and manganese. And they are low calorie.

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Kitchen safety tips to avoid kitchen fires

Kitchen safety tips to avoid kitchen fires

Cooking fires are the number one cause of home fires and home injuries. The leading cause of fires in the kitchen is unattended cooking.

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