At Yerdle, we have the understanding that stuff doesn’t just “go away” that’s what Yerdle is great for, passing on something that you don’t need to someone who does. This viewpoint makes us incredibly interested and invested in sustainability across a wide variety of topics. For the next few weeks, we’ll be digging into unique sustainability challenges facing a variety of industries. To kick off our series, we wanted to look at one of the industries at the forefront of sustainability right now - Electric vehicles.
With Halloween around the corner it's time to start thinking costumes, candy, and decorations. Get a head start on your festivities by shopping our Halloween Happy Hour!
Starting 12:00 noon PST on Friday, September 30th our entire Headstart on Halloween collection will be discounted at 50% off shipping until 1:00pm. Time to get spooky.
The Fine Print: Only items in the Head Start on Halloween collection will be discounted. Discount applied at checkout. This promotion lasts one hour beginning at or around 12:00 noon Pacific Standard Time on Friday, September 30th, 2016.
The voice of our community tells stories of generosity, love, courage and laughter. Yerdle wants these stories to be heard by the world. Whatever your story may be -- long or short, spine-tingling or side-splitting, the Yerdle blog is your podium. Here is Esther's story.
Many of us have heard about community vegetable gardens or urban farms. Locally grown food sounds great, but very few of us actually see these gardens implemented in our neighborhoods. The most obvious barrier to their widespread implementation is space; there simply isn't room for a community garden in our cities and towns... or is there?
Ron Finley is a 'guerilla gardener' from South Central Los Angeles. He gave a wonderful TED Talks presentation about his creative approach to urban gardening. The video is about 10 minutes long and certainly worth watching:
The voice of our community tells stories of generosity, love, courage and laughter. Yerdle wants these stories to be heard by the world. Whatever your story may be -- long or short, spine-tingling or side-splitting, the Yerdle blog is your podium. Here is Jacob's story.