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Get free tickets to Right to Harm showing

Follow the stories of five rural communities and the devastating public health impact of factory farming at a free showing of Right To Harm.

The documentary will be shown from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. on Thursday, January 16 at the Screenland Armour, 408 Armour Road, North Kansas City, MO.

Filmed across the country, the documentary chronicles the […]

Promote eco-efforts in Greenability Weekly

If your company or organization has eco-friendly products, services or events to promote, you can reach Greenability’s targeted audience with your message in Greenability Weekly and on the Greenability website.

Each year, Greenability promotes more sustainability events, services and products than any other local news media, reaching an online audience of 15,000+ weekly subscribers. Eco-friendly products and services help […]

Add a green twist to your New Year’s resolutions

Kick your New Year’s resolutions up a notch with these green ideas for eating healthier, losing weight, saving money and creating a healthy home.

For many, the same resolutions appear on lists each January. In 2020, there are many more options to make resolutions good for you and for Mother Earth. Here are 9 ideas to […]

Repurpose your natural holiday trees and greenery

Give your natural holiday tree, wreaths and garland a second life by recycling them at one of many locations that will reuse them for landscaping mulch, fish habitat and erosion control.

Most of the services listed below are in or near the Kansas City metropolitan area and can be found on Mid-America Regional Councils’ RecycleSpot.org. To find tree recycling […]

Feast on locally grown food this holiday season

Thanksgiving is the official start of holiday celebrations that are full of good food and family get-togethers. This season, source local food using these resources in cities across the country.

Bringing at least one locally raised or grown food to the table during the season helps your community thrive by supporting local farmers. Compared to store bought food, local […]