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Inspired by the song "GUNS GUNS GUNS (Godspeed Mother Nature) by Burton Cummings 1977"
A club looking for members who want to make a positive approach on the environment. Ask yourself; What can I do to help make a positive difference?
What do I mean by that.

1. Go for a hike and pick up trash along the way.
2. Reuse
3. Recycle
4. Install water saving appliances and plumbing fixture's.
5. Replace light bulbs with energy saving light bulbs.
   And properly recycle them when they burn out.
6. Recycle your old used blue jeans ( they can be used to make insulation for your home) Levi's have a new Eco Jean…
7. Install a gray watering system for your garden, or harvest rainwater.
8. If you do a green remodel on your home, Reduce, Reuse, Renew, Recycle your waste.

I belive that a positive approach is more powerful than a nagitive one.

How to Join?
Membership is open to anybody who want's to help make a difference.

The Rules:
No Whining!
No Sniveling!
No Complaining!
No Crying!
No Bitching!
No Groaning!
No Moaning!
No Negatives!
You can use the Favourites gallery as a guide to what I'm looking for.
All Aboard!!!!!:ahoy:

Now lets have fun and be POSITIVE....=D

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Farside4 Featured By Owner May 19, 2010
I have been tottally green for almost 11 years now, I din't mean to start that way but I did. I had a chance to buy 40 acres in AZ and I took it, I have no land lines, I have solar and wind power, satillite computer and a cell phone, and we built our home board by board and it is paid for, it was not a easy journey and I read allot of books, once it was all I learned to adjust. I don't leave water runnig and I turn off anything not used, Did you know that a tv is always on? even when turned off, so it is on a breaker bar. I do not have any big systems, just a hybrid, maybe one day. The only problem is the expense of putting it in we saved by installing ourselves. The upfront costs is high. But I love looking at the stars at night with no street lights
Swanee3 Featured By Owner May 20, 2010  Professional Photographer
very cool, I've been into green building for 13 years and I have a house in South Scottsdale that I'm doing a green remodel on. I also work for a solar company (as a system designer) and it's only a block away from my home. All electronics have a phantom power usage, TV's & PC's are some of the worst power consumers.
Farside4 Featured By Owner May 20, 2010
I understand. I don't have the money to do what you are doing but I am comfortable, The summer is the hardest because I rerally needed a bigger system, I just shut down everything not in use to use the swamp cooler, there is no way I could use a AC but you know that after a 100 a swamp cooler isn't much good. I live 27 miles up Alamo Rd, in the Mohave Desert.
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