Welcome to The Green Scene!


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Welcome to The Green Scene! A blog by Graphic Artist, Laura Seymour. I’m just a normal busy girl who tries to be honest and real – I’m not Martha Stewart, but I do enjoy crafting, design, art, photography and most anything creative. I believe we all can spare a few moments out of our busy schedules and make something creative. The Green Scene will be about being creative, while being good for the environment through some reuse, recycling, reducing and even some “HGTV”-spawned “repurposing”.

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Really awesome info on this site….you really should get some contact info on this site.

Would love to connect 🙂

Comment by chris

Greetings,

My name is Bill Hawthorne, and I represent maacenter.org, a leading web resource for asbestos exposure and mesothelioma cancer information. Our organization is dedicated to increasing awareness of the terrible health consequences of asbestos exposure through the distribution of the best informational materials and public outreach efforts.

I found your site through a search and decided to contact you because of its high environmental and green presence which is extremely important in our movement. Your viewers are extremely savvy and motivated. The promotion of how buildings should now be built using sustainable green products to avoid asbestos and mesothelioma as well as the awareness of past buildings and preventative steps in avoiding asbestos exposure are extremely important. My goal is to get a resource link on your site/blog or even to provide a guest posting to be placed.

I look forward to hearing from you. Please feel free to check out our website. Thank you for your time and consideration.

Bill Hawthorne
bhawthorne@maacenter.org
MAA Center is now on Twitter – follow us @maacenter

Comment by Bill Hawthorne

Hi Laura,

I came across your blog today and wanted to reach out the old fashion way, by writing. I run Growandmake.com and the Growandmake.com/blog. We try to help consumers make sustainable decisions. I’d like to invite you to visit our site and blog and see if there is any way that we can collaborate or cross-pollinate with you and your blog. Let me know your thoughts.

Here are some ideas:
Guest post on one anothers blogs
Link exchange
Sign-up for our affiliate program (http://www.growandmake.com/affiliates)
Collaborate on an episode of GrowandmakeTV (http://www.growandmake.com/grow-and-make-tv)
Follow Us http://twitter.com/GrowAndMake http://www.linkedin.com/in/willjohnstongm

I’m open to other ideas too.

Will Johnston
Growandmake.com
http://twitter.com/GrowAndMake
http://www.linkedin.com/in/willjohnstongm

Comment by Will Johnston

Would love to talk to you about a giveaway I’m doing on my blog. Email contact would be great!

Comment by makeitupgreen

Hi Laura,

I’ve enjoyed reading your blog and would like to include it in a study I’m doing for my phd. The study focuses on blogs where environmental sustainability intersects with craft and other creative projects. Please send me an email if you are interested and I’ll respond with more info [marytheberge AT gmail DOT com]

Comment by mktheberge

Hello. Thank you for all the great ideas and product information! I really like that cell phone post. A site your visitors might also like is
Free Stuff and Samples. http://www.freestuffandsamples.com

Comment by Free Samples

Hi,

I wondered if you would be interested in exchanging links with The Green Providers Directory.

We are a not-for-profit, green directory founded on ethical principles, providing links to renewable energy suppliers, organic health and beauty products, fair trade clothing, gifts and household goods and services. We also provide news and updates on the environment, recycling, energy efficiency and related topics.

We are listed in The Guardian and Channel 4’s environmental sections and on green.tv, a United Nations Environmental Programme, and we are members of Ethical Junction.

Please let me know if this would be of interest.

Kind regards,

Dr Gary Robertshaw
The Green Providers Directory
http://www.search-for-me.co.uk

Follow us on Twitter http://twitter.com/greenproviders
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Green-Providers-Directory/140642334915

Comment by Gary Robertshaw

hey guys at the green scene
We’re a eco-surf wear company called Rapanui, based on the Isle of Wight, UK. I’ve come across your blog and thought I’d get in touch: little guys need to look out for each other and all that – I was wondering if you’d be interested in swapping a post for a link, or collaborating in some way. As a small company we need all the help we can get.

I’m wondering if you’d be interested in our story: I’ve attached an article about our company to have a look at, in case it’s something that yourself or followers of your blog might like to read. We’d be happy to swap links in return if that’s of interest, as I think our visitors would find your link useful.
Let us know if you’re interested in writing a post on Rapanui.

We would be really interested to hear what you and your readers think of us as a brand and what we do.

Have a look at the new site here;
http://www.rapanuiclothing.com

Many thanks,

Dan

Comment by Dan

Dan, email me at laura(dot)seymour(at)downshiftonline(dot)com

Comment by Laura

Have you checked out LivingECO.com ?

Comment by Ryan Freeman

Hello,

I work for Environmental Science Degree.com, a website that strives to be a valuable resource for anyone who is interested in pursuing an environmental science or related degree. Additionally, we offer information for professionals and others interested in learning more about being environmentally conscious. To that end, through our own research, evaluating factors such as peer recommendations, web presence, and content quality, we’re developing a list of the Top 100 Green Living Sites.

We are pleased to inform you that we have nominated The Green Scene for inclusion on our list!

Should you be featured on the final list, we’ll provide you with a badge to display on your website and to promote your inclusion on your social media accounts.

Once the list is published, we’ll be reaching out to other environmental bloggers and websites to ensure maximum recognition for your site.

Additionally, if you wish to nominate another environmental blog or website that you feel is worthy of a spot on our list, please let us know. We’re still in the review and nomination stage. If you have any questions, please let me know.

Best,
Erin

Comment by Lauren




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