ECOLIFE CONSERVATION BLOG

More Than Taco Tuesday!

The tortilla plays an important role in Mexican cuisine. This delicious food can be used as a utensil, a source of carbs, and a filler for your meal. If you followed our ad in Edible San Diego or just want to learn how to make authentic tortillas, we welcome you to...

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Aquaponics Innovation Center- We’re Opening!

Here in the Golden State, our water woes are never-ending. Did you know California has the largest population and the largest agricultural industry in the nation? ECOLIFE recognizes we need a new approach to growing food and in response designed and built our own...

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Digital Freebies – Free Phone Backgrounds

We ❤️ our supporters! To show you our love - please enjoy this digital freebie. Show your support for wildlife and people by downloading free backgrounds for your phone. Choose your favorite and simply click download! Proud to Support ECOLIFE Conservation Download...

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How to Reduce Your Environmental Footprint

San Diego is a great city filled with xeriscape front yards, solar rooftops, local farmers’ markets, and people who care about their environmental footprint. Many citizens recognize that dedicated efforts to minimize their impacts on the environment directly improves...

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Free Wallpapers for Your Desktop

Thank you for supporting ECOLIFE Conservation! Show your support for wildlife and people by downloading free wallpaper for your desktop. Choose your favorite and simply click download! Snowy Butterfly (Click here to download) Happy Holidays (Click here to download) Oh...

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Fresh new look, same great growing

At ECOLIFE, we are always looking to improve the world with aquaponics. We heard your suggestions on how you wanted to enhance our ECO-Cycle Aquaponics Kit and we listened. We’ve redesigned our new system to feature a fresh new look with supportive automation!...

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6 Ways to Show Pollinators Some Love

HAPPY NATIONAL POLLINATOR WEEK!  Did you know that one in every three bites of food we eat depends on natural pollinators? Insects such as bees and butterflies provide us with the service of pollinating our food at no cost. However, due to poor agricultural practices...

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