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Natural Awakenings Magazine Chicago

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Chicago Flower and Garden Show Inspires, Educates and Motivates

The 2019 Chicago Flower & Garden Show, the Midwest’s premier outdoor living and landscape consumer lifestyle show, will take place at Chicago’s Navy Pier from March 20 through 24.

Personal Discovery Awaits at the Body Mind Spirit Expo

The best practitioners and vendors from Chicago will join with others from throughout the country to provide the essential tools for discovering overall health and well-being.

2019 Women’s Herbal Conference in Wisconsin

This year’s featured speakers include Venice Williams, Mimi Hernandez and special guest Susun Weed, along with a wide spectrum of knowledgeable and inspiring instructors.

Prevent Winter Ailments with Salt Therapy

Colds, flu and allergies have become almost synonymous with the holiday season. This year, nip them in the bud with the help of the North Shore Salt Therapy Center.

Chinese New Year Celebration

This inspirational event combines sound healing, qigong exercise, intention setting and meditation.
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Archive »Green Home

Seeking Sanctuary

How to Reduce Electromagnetic Radiation at Home
As technology brings increasing exposure to EMFs, we can take practical steps to reduce the risk of these ubiquitous waves inside our homes.
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Archive »Conscious Investing

Investing for Good

How to Align Money With Values
Socially responsible investing, which accounts for a whopping quarter of U.S. funds under professional management, now offers options to suit every cause and income level.
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Mystical Owls:

Denizens of the Night Add Wonder to Winter
Winter is nesting time for the great horned owl, one of nine species of owls that can be found in the region year-round or part time.

Volunteer Restoration Work

Offers Chance to Learn and Get Exercise
Cold weather is approaching, and for restoration volunteers, that means it’s time to remove non-native plants in the region’s natural areas.

Free, Family-Friendly Nature Activities

Close to Home
This August, visit a local natural area to enjoy free, educational and fun outdoor experiences with youngsters before school starts.

Summer Mold

Can Trigger Sinus and Bronchial Symptoms
Low-pollen time in Chicago runs from July to mid-August, allowing most allergy sufferers a chance to recover before hay fever season, but mold counts are less predictable and can vary greatly each day.

Spring Into Vegetable Gardening

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Archive »Green Living Briefs

Changing Landscapes

Climate Change Documentary Seeks Consensus

Tips for a Tree-Free Home

Many Ways to Pare Down Paper Use

Poor Packaging

The Problem With Bottled Water Is the Bottle

Cork Rocks

The Self-Regenerating Building Material

Smart Trash

Baltimore Rolls Out Sensor-Equipped Bins

Eco Jets

Electric Planes on Horizon
 
 
 

 

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Archive »Eco Gardens

Herbs that Beat the Heat

Favorite Varieties that Flourish in Summer
Fragrant herbs that thrive in scorching days often come to us from South America, the Caribbean and Africa.
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Archive »Conscious Consumption

Green Cars Update

Plug Into the Latest Trends
Plug-in or hybrid or battery electric? Here’s a practical guide to what’s happening with electric vehicles and to which one might suit our needs.