We recommend this book to explain the complex micro-systems our body uses to defend against sophisticated viral, bacterial, parasitic, and fungal invaders on a daily basis, which should help in understanding why a healthy environment, organic food, and herbal supplements can be of such benefit to our natural defensive systems…
The author has clear directions for reducing risk include growing lots of houseplants, choosing whole foods, avoiding consumer products with strong or long-lasting smells, and using green cleaning products.
Upcoming Green Class: “Visit and learn from experienced gardeners how to extend the growing season with hoop houses, cold frames, and other weather-modifying methods; we’ll also discuss which crops grow best in Salt Lake’s winters and maximize garden production.”
University of Utah Annex Building
1901 E. South Campus
Dr. Salt Lake
If you’re going to buy mulch for your lawn or garden this year, make sure to get MSC certified mulch. MSC certified means the mulch does not have hazardous materials, such as arsenic or chromated copper arsenate, in the mulch. Here is the list of MSC certified products: