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Collective Resource, an innovative composting business in Chicago that delivers collection containers and returns to pick them up filled with food scraps and other compostable materials, has won the Green America Spring 2015 People & Planet Award, rewarding small businesses that have built social and environmental considerations into their catering and event services.

For more information, visit CollectiveResource.us

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After years of organizing and spreading the word, Chicago Market is coming to the Wilson CTA Stop in Uptown.

Kudos ~ SPYRL Chicago

Melissa Kulikauskas is the newest apprentice Gyrotonic instructor at SPYRL Chicago. For a limited time, she will be teaching Gyrotonic sessions at 50 percent off the regular price.

Kudos ~ Sugar Beet Food Co-op

Sugar Beet Food Co-op, a community-owned grocery store in Oak Park, has been named Best Small Business in America by sustainable waste and recycling company Rubicon Global.

Kudos ~ Sarah Karnes

Sarah Karnes, the founder of Spiritual Nourishment, has created a new website, SarahDKarnes.com.

Kudos ~ Chiquita Davis

Chiquita Davis, at Awaken Your Spirit & Embrace Your Journey, has successfully completed reiki master teacher training.

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Access to safe and nutritious food is an inalienable right of everyone, no matter their economic status or position in life.

The True Cost of the Food We Eat

By investing in more sustainable production practices instead of borrowing from future natural capital, agriculture can actually improve environmental outcomes through carbon capture, soil building and sustainable water management.

Astronaut Edgar Mitchell’s New Cosmology Inspires a Quantum Leap

The nonprofit parapsychological research institute looks at spiritual experiences from the view of quantum science, and performs scientific research into a transcendental potential capable of inspiring global civilization to collective systemic actions that move toward a more sustainable future.

Launching a Kitchen-Based Food Business from Home

Depending on the relatively new cottage food laws in Wisconsin, Illinois and Minnesota, home bakers, picklers and jammers can now launch a food business from their home kitchen and sell certain food products to neighbors and friends

Conveniently Host Fundraising Events with Bake425°

After hosting more than 50 successful fundraising events, local bake-at-home pizza concept Bake425° wants to partner with more nonprofit organizations this summer to support the causes that matter most to its customers.

Free Solar Body Book from Body & Brain

Body & Brain, with 10 convenient Chicagoland locations, is giving away free copies of the book The Solar Body: The Secret to Natural Healing, by Ilchi Lee, plus bonuses