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Category Archives: Green business
Spoutwood Farm Center located in Codorus Township was recently featured on the website of the organization Certified Naturally Grown. The certification is available to farms that do not use synthetic fertilizers, pesticides, herbicides, fungicides or GMOs. Similar to USDA certified … Continue reading
On the heels of my article yesterday about Rep. Saylor’s proposal to increase usage of natural gas vehicles, CNN.com has posted an interesting video, showing how Pennsylvania homeowners with gas wells on their properties were not informed by the PA … Continue reading
We had the governor visit York County — specifically, Voith — on Tuesday touting energy jobs and hydropower. Voith has seen its fair share of news lately. After some negotiations, the company and union reached a contract agreement in September. … Continue reading
Talk to most area new car dealers and you’ll likely learn that the government’s Cash for Clunkers program has been a success. Thanks to the program, demand for new cars is on the rise while dealer inventories are shrinking. However, … Continue reading
Electric cars are available for free test drives with admission to the Maryland Science Center now through July, according to the Baltimore Sun. The cars don’t go too fast and their charges don’t last too long, the Sun reported. Top … Continue reading
Lots of news today, folks. Sean Adkins reports that Spring Garden Township’s Memorial Hospital will lay off 32 workers and leave 21 other positions unfilled. These moves, like so many others lately, come in response to the recessed economy. The … Continue reading
I just read a brief in the November issue of Consumer Reports about groups and organizations that have “green” sounding names, but in fact aren’t very green. With the explosion of the environmental movement, it’s always important to keep in … Continue reading
So I just said about an hour ago on the blog gas prices have fallen a lot, down to $2.75. Well, I just saw $2.59 while running out to walk my dog. So where do you think the bottom is? … Continue reading