Living it Green™ is about living life abundantly green. From the homes we live in, the transportation we choose, to the places where we work, shop, and visit.
Founded in 2006, Living It Green™ is an educational and green products company, including a series of free to the public regional and international educational events and forums.
Living It Green™ Expos are free, family-friendly events held every spring and fall at community locations across the U.S. and Canada. The Living It Green Expos feature children’s activities, entertainment and educational attractions, and typically over 75 local, regional and national exhibitors and presenters displaying and offering green, outdoor living, and sustainable and energy efficient products and services.
Always remember, you can Live Abundantly Green™.
The rules that govern recreational marine fishing in the U.S. will get an overhaul due to a new law passed by Congress, and the country’s millions of anglers and the groups that stake their livelihoods on them hope the changes will bring better management. The new standards are part of a suite of changes…
via Recreational Fishing Rules to be Overhauled Under New Law — KTLA
In this high desert enclave, Rand Abbott is a well-known man of action. He’s a paraplegic rock climber; a vocal lightning rod at town hall meetings; and a tireless promoter for the desert landscape and its resident creatures. So it came as little surprise to friends two weeks ago when he volunteered to clean restrooms…
via With Joshua Tree National Park Closed Amid Shutdown, Volunteers Struggle to Clean up After Unruly Visitors — KTLA
More than two weeks after the Trump administration announced a new policy that would force asylum seekers to wait in Mexico for their turns in U.S. immigration court, there is no sign yet at the San Ysidro Port of Entry that it has been implemented…
via 2 Weeks Later, No Sign of ‘Remain in Mexico’ Policy in Action at San Ysidro Port of Entry — KTLA
Joline Munoz, an environmental engineer, helps lead the effort to protect and preserve Los Angeles’ scarce water supply.
via STEAM Sundays: Meet An Environmental Engineer — CBS Los Angeles
Researchers with an environmental group have labeled as “disturbingly low” the number of western monarch butterflies that migrate along the California coast. A recent count by the Xerces Society recorded fewer than 30,000 butterflies, which it said is an 86 percent decline since 2017. By comparison, the group in 1981 counted more than 1 million…
via California Monarch Butterfly Numbers Decline 86% in 2 Years — KTLA
(WASHINGTON) — The National Park Service says it is taking the extraordinary step of dipping into entrance fees to pay for staffing at its highly visited parks in the wake of the partial government shutdown.
via National Park Service Dips Into Entrance Fees to Cover Costs in Wake of Government Shutdown — TIME
Several sites in Death Valley National Park are closing Friday because of health and safety concerns over human waste, trash, vandalism and damage to park resources, officials said. Meanwhile, an investigation into the Christmas Day death of a man at Yosemite National Park is being delayed by the partial government shutdown, a park spokesman said.…
via Yosemite Death Investigation Delayed Amid Government Shutdown — KTLA