EnviroMom.com has appeared in various media since our launch in March 2007, and founders Heather Hawkins and Renee Limon are available for interviews. Please contact them at enviromompdx [at] gmail [dot] com.
The Motherhood, July 12, 2010 -- Saving Money While Living Green with Annabelle Gurwitch
KBOO 90.7FM, Locus Focus with Barbara Bernstein, May 24, 2010 -- Food Scrap Recycling Coming to your Curbside
Portland Composts! Curbside Food Scrap Pilot Program Launch, April 13, 2010
EnviroMom co-founder Heather Hawkins and Portland Mayor Sam Adams host a media event for all major Portland print, broadcast and radio outlets announcing the launch of the curbside food scrap composting pilot program. Links to KGW and KPTV coverage.
Inhabitots, January 4, 2010 -- Green Parenting Predictions
Parenting Unplugged Radio, November 3, 2009 -- Easy Steps to be more Green
National Wildlife Federation's Green Hour, May 8, 2009 -- 5 Questions for EnviroMom
Babble.com, April 22, 2009 -- 3 Most Common Mistakes: Going Green
KATU Channel 2 (Portland), April 18, 2009 -- Go Green!
Renee and Heather share ideas for green birthday parties and other ways to reduce household waste and live a greener lifestyle.
PartyMap.com, March 27, 2009 -- Great, Cheap Birthday Parties
Nightline (ABC), November 21, 2008 -- Take Out the Trash by Lisa Fletcher
Renee Limon and Heather Hawkins discuss household waste reduction and share tips and practices for reducing, reusing and recycling around the house. The EnviroMoms give another Portland family a 'garbage makeover' and shop a local grocery store to point out ways to reduce food packaging waste.
Marketplace (American Public Media), October 13, 2008 -- Green voters on the coming election by Mitchell Hartman
A group of EnviroMoms discuss the issues that are important to them and the role that government should play in the sustainability movement.
Sustainable Life magazine, November 2008 -- Brilliant Innovations: EnviroMom.com Mothers Teach Themselves, and Their Kids How to Live Lightly by Audrey Van Buskirk
Heather Hawkins and Renee Limon discuss how the baby step approach of EnviroMom.com can influence the greening of moms (and their buying power) across the nation.
Portland Monthly Magazine, October 2008 -- Ecofreaks by Brian Barker
Heather Hawkins and Renee Limon are two of six 'Ecofreaks' photographed and featured in Portland Monthly's green issue. They discuss their One Can A Month Challenge and distaste for corn-based plastics.
Metro Parent, Your Baby & You, 2008-2009 -- Growing a 'Green' Baby by Anne Laufe
With so many green products targeted at new parents, how do you make the right choices for your family? Heather and Renee weigh in on baby showers, hand-me-downs and supportive green networks.
The Oregonian, August 21, 2008 -- Dozens join challenge to keep a lid on trash by Rebecca Koffman
The EnviroMoms discuss their One Can A Month Challenge, and a family that successfully reduced their garbage service to once monthly is profiled.
The Oregonian, July 24, 2008 -- Blogs and books help parents to teach green by Jenn Director Knudsen
Green parenting resources and tips for raising green kids are the focus of this article. Heather and Renee talk about their own children's reduce / reuse / recycle habits.
KOIN News 6, June 25, 2008 -- Hanging Out
Renee Limon discusses the money and energy-savings that come with using a clothesline rather than a dryer.
Portland Tribune, June 12, 2007 -- Moms hop online for local-global links by Jo Ostgarden
With the blog gaining greater notice, Heather and Renee talk about the importance of baby steps when making green lifestyle changes and how GreenGroups can make the process more enjoyable.