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RE: [Urban-Homesteaders] New Urban Homesteaders Facebook Group

From: Neil L.
Sent on: Wednesday, June 10, 2009 11:15 PM
Hi Lisa
I do have an idea.
Its a workshop on a method for greening our homes, protecting our health and wellness and concurrently protecting the environment.
For Health and wellness, absorption of vitamins and minerals are the key. Commercial brands only deliver a 10% absorption but one company has patented a way to deliver 85% absorption.
For household cleaning and maintenance, even bat supplies, that's where we are polluting our water supplies and overtaxing our waste water treatment plants. We can change that by Its replacing caustic cleaners, detergents that contain chlorine, phosphate and alkaline with products made from natural and safe ingredients. For instance, not only will the laundry detergent do a giant load on 1/2 oz but it would take 6 bottles of tide to do the same thing. - A lot less plastic in landfills and a much smaller carbon footprint. The dishwashing detergent has no chlorine in it like Cascade, just natural cleaners.
The company making these products is 25 years old, sells consumer direct on line and requires no long term commitments. Best yet, using their products costs the same or even less than what would be purchased at the grocers.
I have a presentation, although its from the company that makes these products, that can help us all understand how to deploy a safe greening of our households, offices, reduce the waste and keep our pollution low.
This company shares its revenue with the product users returning a % of the money spent by each user back to them as a monthly rebate.
What do you think?
Neil Licht


Neil and Janet Licht, Owners and Chief Gurus


We Deliver Wellness 

57 West Main Street

Marlborough, Ma 01752

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From: [address removed] [mailto:[address removed]] On Behalf Of Lisa
Sent: Wednesday, June 10,[masked]:21 PM
To: [address removed]
Subject: [Urban-Homesteaders] New Urban Homesteaders Facebook Group

Hi everyone. Welcome to Urban Homesteaders! The response to this group, just in the first week of its existence, has been thrilling. I'm so excited to meet all of you and to work together to make a really great group. Please let me know if you have any ideas for events, workshops, field trips, etc. I hope to see as many of you as possible at the first meet up group, Saturday, June 20th at 3:00pm.

I also just started an Urban Homesteaders group on Facebook, so please consider joining that if you're on Facebook. (Just search "Urban Homesteaders.")


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