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Refrigerators-California’s Green (136)

Huell goes on a “green” adventure to find out how all those old refrigerators that get thrown away each day are recycled. We’ll follow an old fridge from a home all the way through the entire process. 2011    

Food Bank-California’s Green (133)

Join Huell as he learns what a real foodbank is all about. He starts out with Pasadena resident, Tony Collier, who founded the Los Angeles Regional Foodbank in 1973 and ran it out of a two-car garage. The Foodbank is now in a 96,000 square foot facility that serves over 1 million meals a year  Continue Reading »

Green Gardener-California’s Green (103)

Gardening methods reach far beyond your property line. Huell visits Master Gardener, Yvonne Savio, who runs the Common Ground Garden Program at the University of California Cooperative Extension in Los Angeles County. While touring her personal garden with Huell, Yvonne shares her specialty of turning household items into new “garden tools.” Everything from old rubber  Continue Reading »