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Dairy Cows' Bedding Has More Than One Use

Dairy Cows' Bedding Has More Than One Use

In this edition of Going Green, Terry Ettinger talks about fiber recycling. After it’s used as bedding for the dairy cows, it can be spread on the farm fields to help add nutrients to the soil. 07/21/2014 05:00 AM

Choosing the Right Tree for Your Yard

Choosing the Right Tree for Your Yard

Nothing enhances an urban neighborhood like healthy trees. Trees not only help beautify communities, they’re also effective air filters and provide shade from the summer heat. Terry Ettinger has more for this edition of Going Green. Updated 07/07/2014 05:00 AM

Climate Change Effects Landscape

Climate Change Effects Landscape

Through course work, through courses on climate change, forest ecology and planetology we’ll have students monitoring the growth and vitality and a number of physiological traits of these trees as the climate changes. 06/09/2014 05:00 AM

Practice Environmentally Friendly Boating

Practice Environmentally Friendly Boating

Boaters can practice environmentally friendly boating by following a few simple steps. Terry Ettinger filed the following report in the latest edition of Going Green. Updated 05/26/2014 05:00 AM

Heat providers switching to wood chips for energy

Heat providers switching to wood chips for energy

More heat providers like Griffiss Utility Services Corporation are switching to wood chips, a renewable energy resource, as their fuel source. Terry Ettinger has more in this week's Going Green. 04/14/2014 05:00 AM

ReStore repurposes old, recycled material

ReStore repurposes old, recycled material

Homeowners or contractors doing remodeling projects have an alternative to landfilling their old stuff by recycling it to a new use at a substantial savings for the new owner. Terry Ettinger has more. 03/31/2014 05:00 AM

Students compete to create energy efficient homes

Students compete to create energy efficient homes

In Central New York, students from SUNY-ESF, OCC and SU have to design a home that uses about 50 percent less energy than a home built to current standards. Going Green's Terry Ettinger has more on this nationwide competition. 03/24/2014 05:00 AM

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