Mistletoe phoradendron serotinum the oldest of Oklahoma’s symbols, adopted in 1893 — 14 years before statehood. Mistletoe grows on trees throughout the state and is particularly bountiful in the southern regions of Oklahoma. The dark green leaves and white berries show up brightly during the fall and winter in trees that have shed their own leaves.
- Blog Oklahoma- (Community Blogs)
- Oklahoma Chamber of Commerce
- Earth Finds
- Going Green
- Green County Values (not really about Eco )
- Oklahoma Kayak Dogpaddles
- Oklahoma Food Cooperative
- Oklahoma Sustainability Network
- Oklahoma Wind Power Int.he Oklahoma Wind Power Initiative (OWPI) investigates and promotes wind energy resources in our state. We provide resources and economic information to policy makers, land owners, potential wind energy investors, and citizens of Oklahoma; we also help wind power stakeholders network through outreach activities.
- Oklavore Food
- Okiedoke – Has great listing of all OK blogs and resources
- Red Dirt Ramblings I’m an obsessive gardener who attempts to grow over 90 rose bushes (at least that was the last count) along with daylilies and other heat-loving perennials. When I started gardening over twenty years ago, I began with three rose bushes: ‘Double Delight,’ ‘Tiffany’ and ‘Queen Elizabeth’ that I bought at the local discount store. Two were Hybrid Teas, and the other a Grandiflora. I built a small raised bed for them and lavished them with food and chemicals. They were beautiful, and I was hooked.
- Retro Housewife Goes Green–
- One Acre Homestead One family’s efforts to make the most of one acre of Oklahoma
- Simple Stewardship Simple Stewardship is the journal of one woman’s journey to a more green, environmentally friendly way of life. I hope to be a better steward of the chunk of the planet God entrusted to me. I want to learn to live more simply in this stress-filled, over-consuming world.
- Wisdom of the Trowel hhis blog describes life at the 36-95: gardening, eco-psychology, lots of cooking, occasional foraging, and generally taking it easy. I’m a 31-year-old reformed graduate student with a gardening itch to scratch. Moving from apartment to duplex to apartment while being utterly broke and ultra-busy 70 hours a week reading mind-numbing journal articles not only makes it hard to garden, but also engenders an intense passion to lay in a hammock and read a book. Which I aspire to do regularly.
- Fresh Greens resh Greens is a collaborative blog project of Sustainable OKC, featuring a rotating slate of 13 contributing bloggers and occasional guest bloggers
- Green Drinks
- Organic Lawyers Mr. Hentges’s legal practice is concentrated in agricultural law, civil litigation, Endangered Species Act, eminent domain and appellate law.
- Peak Oil Hausfrau 1 yr old Hausfrau preparing for the coming peak oil energy descent. In Oklahoma City. With insomnia and a toddler
- Sustainable OKCSustainable OKC is a grassroots organization working at the crossroads of business, environment, and social justice in Oklahoma City. As a local chapter of the nonprofit
- Oklahoma Sustainability Network, Sustainable OKC organizes projects to make our community more beautiful, livable, responsible, and equitable, now and in the future.
- Think Lady is a work-in-progress blog exploring what is means to be living in a time of great transition.
- Urban Garden Hoe A lover of nature but a city-girl at heart, I’d love to use this blog as a way to explore urban gardening with the environment in mind. I reduce, reuse, and recycle wherever possible…. In and out of the garden.
- Oklahoman Grown Veg A personal record of my attempts to grow good, healthy and nutritious vegetables here in Northeastern Oklahoma
- West Neighborhood Watch Welcome to the home of the Westside Neighborhood Watch. The Place to Help You Help Us Keep Each Other Safe…in Our Corner of Shawnee, OK. We welcome new residents and encourage you to attend our meetings. The WNW strives to have a variety of speakers to provide you with information on various topics
- Living on Tulsa Time
- Sustainable Tulsa ustainable Tulsa is a grassroots, non-profit organization dedicated to responsible economic growth, environmental stewardship and quality of life for all.