ReThink Resources was founded on the belief that we must take action through services and education. Services include LEED AP, Water Star AP,Sustainable Landscape Design, Horticulture and Eco Conulsting Services. Education being the most important, can be given freely and passed on with out cost. This blog aims to suppliment the education aspect of our company.
Our mission is provide quality environmentally friendly services, eco-consulting services and enlightenment to our clients, because we realize that the Earth is the only home we have.
Edward Crowley LEED AP, GI-BMP, ASLA
- Construction Documents for Polk County Courthouse Parking Garage fb.me/2yYbpmBFE 3 years ago
- Backyard Design for Residential Client fb.me/6HLqCHgle 3 years ago
- SHE SPACE "Outdoor spaces exclusively for her." sustainabledesignandconsulting.com 3 years ago
- Illustrative Site Plan for Community Entrance Redesign fb.me/6CtP8Dn9V 3 years ago
- Quick curb appeal graphic before and after for a recent client fb.me/32Phy9MKK 3 years ago
- Concept for Berkley Accelerated Middle School in Auburndale fb.me/1H2xiJ0JX 3 years ago
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What should a community do with its unused land? Plant food, of course. With energy and humor, Pam Warhurst tells at the TEDSalon the story of how she and a growing team of volunteers came together to turn plots of unused land into communal vegetable gardens, and to change the narrative of food in their community.
On the John Batchelor Show, Terry Anderson discusses the important role entrepreneurs play in solving environmental problems – See more at: http://perc.org/articles/entrepreneurs-environmental-markets#sthash.2vkJvH77.dpuf
In the United States most people are connected to electricity and running water. Not all but most and many areas actually have laws that make it mandatory that we are attached to the grid. I have another article called Before Electricity that discusses our generations before us but this article is for those of us that must be attached to the grid. Once attached it is up to us how much we use. To use minimal electricity and water requires quite a bit of effort and a plan on how to control the flow.
We all need food, water, shelter and a place for a toilet of some type. We need a place to lay down and rest our bodies, we need a way to cook and or prepare our food. We must be reasonable responsible for ourselves and our family. There are those that want to throw in the towel and just set off on foot and sleep in the woods and wander the country but even they still need food, water, occasional shelter and use some type of toilet.
We have learned that it feels good to conserve and it really makes you happy when you see your utility bills decrease.