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It’s official my hammocking friends, the freeze is over!  Flowers are starting to bloom, baby bunnies are hopping through the clover, and the urge to be outside is irresistable…until that moment when you realize your backyard is totally overgrown and beyond your mower’s capabilities. It’s secretly been growing all season long, craving sunlight as you’ve been doing the same. What to do now? Well, there are multiple options… a).     You could cut the growth down yourself and risk death by poison ivy. b).     You could spray it with high octane Roundup and risk jeopardizing the entire ecosystem. c).      You could simply turn a blind eye and let your home be taken over like the set of I Am Legend Or….. d).      You can hire goats! Teams of goats can come to your house for a minimal fee to eat you essentially, out of house and home.  Goats eat literally EVERYTHING and can move through heavy brush must faster than you can say ENO!   Google and Davidson College have both hired goat teams to chew through their brush while supporting sustainable resources. Websites such as rentagoat.com and even retail giant Amazon are jumping on board with...
This week, we would like to tell you a little story. Once upon a Tuesday, the good people from Compass Green came to visit us here at ENO’s base camp in Asheville, NC. Now, these people are good not only because they love our ENO hammocks. They’re good because they aim to educate the nation on a VERY important topic: environmental sustainability. Compass Green is a mobile education project that teaches sustainable agriculture, inspires creative solutions to food security issues, and demonstrates an environmentally responsible way of living. How do they do this? They travel around the country in a mobile greenhouse powered by waste vegetable oil (awesome), targeting audiences at schools and events who might not otherwise be exposed to such an education. The project is organized and run by two environmental rock stars Justin Cutter and Nick Runkle. Cutter, who first dabbled with education in Japan for the David Lynch Foundation, discovered his love for sustainable agriculture in 2009 working for John Jeavons, the founder of GROW BIOINTENSIVE. Runkle unearthed his passion for sustainable agriculture working on a number of farms in Vermont and in South America. Since then, he assisted in the development of an English Immersion...

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