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Cat DiStasio

Wordsmith, Editor, Bread Maker

Columbus, Ohio, USA

Cat DiStasio

Writer, editor, and social media strategist for hire

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DIY Trash Can Composter Tutorial

Composting food scraps from your kitchen is an easy way to reduce landfill waste and create nutrient-rich potting soil for your garden. You probably already knew that. Did you also know you can build your own composter for the cost of a movie ticket and less than 30 minutes of your time? There are many, many different types of composters available for sale at hardware stores and garden markets (and online, of course), but they are often quite expensive.
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Six new technologies that will enable faster, better internet to the world

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Tiny Homie camper expands from roadworthy to camp-ready in a minute

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Faraday Future’s FF91 smashes speed record of Tesla Model S in ludicrous mode

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Off-grid Utah home nestled inside a natural cave-like opening

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Breakthrough technology turns coal plant CO2 into baking powder

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Native American tribe is fighting against the Pilgrim Pipeline in New Jersey

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Ford to unveil new driverless Fusion Hybrid at CES

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Living billboard of greenery to grace Brooklyn Botanical Garden this spring

Brooklyn-based artist Edina Tokodi is building a living art installation that highlights the effects of climate change and “dissolves the barriers… between nature and art.”. Her upcoming exhibit, Living Fence, combines the technologies of a sustainable green wall with public art, and will be on display at the Brooklyn Botanical Garden this coming spring.
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Panasonic investing $256M in Tesla’s Buffalo solar manufacturing plant

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This humble home in South Korea features an observation tower for amazing views

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Did Uber flub its chance to expand self-driving ride-hailing service to San Francisco?

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About

Cat DiStasio

Cat DiStasio is a writer, editor, social media strategist, and community architect. Previous to her freelance career, Cat worked in human resources with a focus on recruiting. She holds a B.A. in Ethnic, Gender, and Labor Studies from the University of Washington. These days, Cat is a dedicated green homemaker and compassionate mama to an ambitious little mountain goat of boy. In addition to her earth-loving ways, she works to raise awareness for attachment parenting, babywearing, intactivism, and budget-friendly living. Cat believes wholeheartedly in the healing power of freshly baked bread.