Sustainability Journal

Building Sustainability & Creativity with Eco-Bricks
Building Sustainability & Creativity with Eco-Bricks

By Brooke Hamilton-Benjestorf

If there’s one specific type of technology we’re desperately in need of, it’s plastic transition tech. Plastic is no longer just a product material - it’s an accidental landform; it’s...
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Our Vessels and What We Fill Them With
Our Vessels and What We Fill Them With

By Brooke Hamilton-Benjestorf

Jar-lined walls on worn wooden shelves, each shape as different as a body - tall, stretching its neck toward the ceiling, short and squat, poised to receive and be filled....
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The Interview: Naama Brenner-Abramovitch!
The Interview: Naama Brenner-Abramovitch!

By Kristina Palmieri

I had the pleasure of sitting down with and picking the brain of Naama Brenner-Abramovitch, Recycling Specialist for Napa Recycling and Waste Services. Naama is a treasure trove of information...
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Finding Farmstands in Your Area
Finding Farmstands in Your Area

By Jess Benjestorf

Shopping local is one of the best ways to reduce your footprint and support local farmers in your area. We love visting our local farmer's market on Tuesdays and Saturdays...but there...
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What is Zero Waste, Exactly?
What is Zero Waste, Exactly?

By Brooke Hamilton-Benjestorf

What exactly is Zero Waste? Is it a literal term? Is it a goal? Are there people who are able to live without creating any waste at all? If there...
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Sustainable Holidays With Juniper Station
Sustainable Holidays With Juniper Station

By Brooke Hamilton-Benjestorf

With the holidays, ambience is EVERYTHING. My childhood memories of theyuletide are entirely sensory. They’re basically sugar-coated fever dreamswith Bing Crosby and Judy Garland fading in and out of the...
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Welcome to the Juniper Station Sustainability Journal
Welcome to the Juniper Station Sustainability Journal

By Kristina Palmieri

We are so excited to bring you the Juniper Station Sustainability Journal! You weekly source for DIY tips and tricks, Meeting Our Makers, and Upcoming Store Events & Collaborations happening in our store.
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Building Sustainability & Creativity with Eco-Bricks
Building Sustainability & Creativity with Eco-Bricks

By Brooke Hamilton-Benjestorf

If there’s one specific type of technology we’re desperately in need of, it’s plastic transition tech. Plastic is no longer just a product material - it’s an accidental landform; it’s...
Read more
What is Zero Waste, Exactly?
What is Zero Waste, Exactly?

By Brooke Hamilton-Benjestorf

What exactly is Zero Waste? Is it a literal term? Is it a goal? Are there people who are able to live without creating any waste at all? If there...
Read more
Our Vessels and What We Fill Them With
Our Vessels and What We Fill Them With

By Brooke Hamilton-Benjestorf

Jar-lined walls on worn wooden shelves, each shape as different as a body - tall, stretching its neck toward the ceiling, short and squat, poised to receive and be filled....
Read more
Sustainable Holidays With Juniper Station
Sustainable Holidays With Juniper Station

By Brooke Hamilton-Benjestorf

With the holidays, ambience is EVERYTHING. My childhood memories of theyuletide are entirely sensory. They’re basically sugar-coated fever dreamswith Bing Crosby and Judy Garland fading in and out of the...
Read more
The Interview: Naama Brenner-Abramovitch!
The Interview: Naama Brenner-Abramovitch!

By Kristina Palmieri

I had the pleasure of sitting down with and picking the brain of Naama Brenner-Abramovitch, Recycling Specialist for Napa Recycling and Waste Services. Naama is a treasure trove of information...
Read more
Welcome to the Juniper Station Sustainability Journal
Welcome to the Juniper Station Sustainability Journal

By Kristina Palmieri

We are so excited to bring you the Juniper Station Sustainability Journal! You weekly source for DIY tips and tricks, Meeting Our Makers, and Upcoming Store Events & Collaborations happening in our store.
Read more
Finding Farmstands in Your Area
Finding Farmstands in Your Area

By Jess Benjestorf

Shopping local is one of the best ways to reduce your footprint and support local farmers in your area. We love visting our local farmer's market on Tuesdays and Saturdays...but there...
Read more