Archive for November, 2009

permaculture & me, featured on idealist in nyc

November 30, 2009

idealist

Thank you to Joanna over at Idealist in NYC for posting an interview with li’l ol’ me about permaculture! Check it out!

follow the frog

November 29, 2009

Sure, Raganella offers healthy home and sustainability consulting, but we’ve also got a blog! Check it out.

breathe easier

November 29, 2009

If you suffer from asthma or allergies and are looking for some relief, Raganella can help! Learn more.

feel better

November 29, 2009

If you suffer from headaches, Raganella can help you reduce your symptoms. Learn more.

it’s possible

November 29, 2009

If you want to improve your environmental impact, Raganella can show you how. Learn more.

learn more

November 29, 2009

A healthier home means a healthier you! Find out more about our healthy home consulting services.

raganella

November 29, 2009

raganella means tree frog in Italian.

What’s so special about tree frogs?
They’re sensitive beings with permeable skins that are indicators of
environmental health. Like a tree frog, I have a knack for feeling out
whether an environment – like your home – is healthy enough to inhabit.

profile me oz

I’m passionate about helping people live in a healthier, just,
and ecologically sound world.

If you’re interested in my healthy home consulting services,
get in touch by email or follow me on Twitter @raganella7.

tweet tweet!

November 29, 2009

Follow me on Twitter @raganella7

foraging find!

November 23, 2009

This past Saturday I had a lovely afternoon of foraging in Prospect Park with friends Leda, Meredith, and Liza. We spent most of the expedition picking garlic mustard and bishop’s elder, and digging up field garlic. But then eagle-eye Meredith spotted the mother lode – oyster mushrooms!

oyster-mushroom

If I had to guess, I’d say it was about 5 pounds (or more) and I had to use my trowel to divvy it up. Each share was at least enough for a dinner for two. It was the first time I’d ever found an edible mushroom – I usually buy them (for a pretty penny) at the farmer’s market.

Welcome!

November 23, 2009

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