Bio Brianne lives and works North Hollywood and has been a lover of the Noho Arts District since she moved to Los Angeles from the East Coast in 2010. She is passionate about finding new ways to reduce, reuse, recycle, and repurpose! In her spare time, she edits her documentary web series Glad Rags, which is about vintage and sustainable fashion, runs an Etsy shop selling vintage and repurposed treasures, and co-produces a podcast! She's always making an effort to reduce her impact on our precious resources and share her passion for the repurposeful lifestyle!
By now you know that a great way to reduce waste is to buy used items instead of new ones, but maybe you’re wondering where to look! Here’s a guide to buying or borrowing commonly needed items pre-owned in the NoHo Arts District and surrounding San Fernando Valley!
It seems as if the hardest times of year to be eco-friendly are around the holidays. With a little planning ahead, however, it can be easy to stay green this Halloween! Here are a few tips for keeping it eco.
Sometimes there is confusion about what exactly can and should go in those blue recycling containers that are collected for recycling here in Los Angeles county. Some recyclable items end up in the wrong bin, and more importantly, some strictly waste items can contaminate those that are recyclable or can be otherwise hazardous to the recycling process, and should be strictly avoided in the blue bins.
If you’ve been walking around the NoHo Arts district recently, you’ve probably noticed the information poles popping up on the sidewalks.
Our furry friends are our most beloved companions, and we always want the best for them. You can consider their well being and the Earth’s together with these amazing products. All of the other neighborhood pets will be green with envy of your eco-conscious pal!
If you’re a resident of Los Angeles, you probably know the LADWP (Los Angeles Department of Water and Power) from the utility bill that comes in your mail. But you might not know about a couple of neat tools that the LADWP provides - absolutely free!
The kitchen is a place where we create meals to sustain us and help us grow, but it’s also one of the areas of our lives that creates a lot of waste. Plastic wrap, plastic bags, and plastic bottles are all over our kitchen, and while it would be nearly impossible to eliminate it all, there’s a lot we can do to reduce. With a few of these handy tools, you can cut out some of the waste you produce on a daily basis in the kitchen without another thought.