What every NoDa resident needs to know about trash, recycling, and other things you want out of your home.
We all know that some yard waste is already green, at least in color, but starting July 5, the city will no longer pick up yard waste in plastic bags.
Earth Day is April 22, and we hope that with increasing vaccination and lower rates of coronavirus, more of us might be able to venture out to enjoy it.
Trees are critical parts of our urban landscape – they give us shade, habitat, and beauty, among other things.
Have you heard? November 2020 is going to be a BIG ELECTION!
This month, we’re focusing on reducing waste in our bathrooms, which may be one of the most challenging places.
Becca Bellamy, Susan Plante, and Nicole Peterson are continuing their efforts to waste less – this time in the kitchen.
Find out all you need to know for the 2019 NoDa Krampus Krawl (December 7).
How to avoid buying single-use plastics and other materials for food, drink, shopping, etc.
Charlotte recently changed its recycling policies to accept fewer recyclable items. Confused about why and what they accept now? We were too!
The good news is that cankerworm (aka inchworm) numbers in Charlotte are very low.
What does food mean for different people? How can we envision a better food system, in which we can all access what we need and what matters to us? Charlotte’s Chef Kabui has thought a lot about these questions. His recent trip to Kenya, his homeland, highlights the potential for what he calls Afro Futuristic…
join us on March 28 at 6:00pm at the Evening Muse for a lively discussion about community history and engagement. We hope this experience will encourage you to visit the famous Historic Rosedale site and explore its connections to NoDa.