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7 “Scrappy” Recipes to Try This Holiday Season

By UGL-Staff | December 1, 2021

With the holidays upon us, we’re cooking more now than any other time of year. This year, try saving your scraps and repurposing your leftovers into one of these great dishes.

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Recent Blogs

The First Lab Recogntion Graduating Cohort!

By Patrick King | August 5, 2021

Our first cohort of community institutions has successfully completed their first year in our recognition program!

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How to Weatherize Your Home

By Naomi Snyder | June 15, 2021

It’s getting to that time of year again. The heat rises, the HVAC struggles and the energy bills rise.

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Earth Day 2021: A Little Change Goes a Long Way

By Todd Lawrence | April 19, 2021

At first, you would think restoring our Earth back to what it was before a global pandemic which has taken 3 million lives would be a monumental task. But in reality, a little goes a long way in preventing its spread and destruction.

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#FindYourLab with Herb Williams

By Patrick King | April 1, 2021

Renowned local artist, Herb Williams tells us about his lab! “I have always felt a very deep connection to nature and wildlife and find enormous inspiration from both.”

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Nashville Is Experiencing a Mini-Revolution in Solar. Here’s How to Take Part.

By UGL-Staff | February 28, 2021

Energy from the sun accounted for 43% of all new electricity generating capacity in the United States in the third quarter of 2020.

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7 Black Environmentalists Who Truly Made History

By UGL-Staff | February 1, 2021

The environmental movement has a troubled past with well-known defenders of nature also promoting ideas of white supremacy. However, and not surprisingly, Black leaders have persevered to have a huge impact on the historical and modern conservation movement.

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