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Christina B. Farnsworth

An award-winning journalist with more than 20 years experience covering the shelter industry, Christina resides in Tucson and is long-established active member of the National Association of Real Estate Editors.

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How Do You Preserve Yet Green an Historic Place?

Posted by Christina B. Farnsworth

Nov 25, 2014 11:22:00 AM

How do you preserve yet green up an historic place? The Robert H. Smith Visitor Education Center for Lincoln’s Cottage in Washington, D.C., offers visitors a “Self-Guided Eco-Tour” to show how the National Trust for Historic Preservation spearheaded efforts to bring an early nineteenth-century building into the 21st century.

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Dee Williams Explains How to Dream Big and Live Small

Posted by Christina B. Farnsworth

Nov 24, 2014 9:17:34 AM

We often write about little houses. Dee Williams small house choices might seem extreme, but the beauty in small and the truth of her TED talk are well worth paying attention to.

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If Care About Climate Change Rivaled Sports...

Posted by Christina B. Farnsworth

Nov 21, 2014 3:42:31 PM

What if we did care about the environment and climate change as much as most people do about sports?

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How Do I Know If My Home Is a Good Fit in a Good Place for Solar?

Posted by Christina B. Farnsworth

Nov 20, 2014 12:29:47 PM

While visiting family in the Midwest. I had lunch with a high school friend. She knows my Arizona home has solar panels and asked if it made sense in the Midwest. Solar makes sense in a lot of places and for a lot homes, so here is how to make sense of whether solar makes good cents for you. And, yes, solar does make sense in the Midwest, at least I think so.

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Healthy Living Tip: Greening Dinner Reduces Obesity

Posted by Christina B. Farnsworth

Nov 18, 2014 10:56:00 AM

We all know that eating organic foods and eating lots of fruits and vegetables is a healthy living tip, but research is proving that sitting down to dinner for more at least 20 minutes is one of the secrets to improving health and reducing obesity.
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