Use these fun family activities to educate kids about the enviornment and to raise a green family.
As our gift to you, we've taken it upon ourselves here at MNN to lend a helping holiday hand by rounding up some of our favorite eco-gift items.
Every November, turkeys get the spotlight. But how much do you really know about North America's largest game bird?
Festival features organic food and wine, green vendors, award-winning speakers and an appearance by Mayor Gavin Newsom.
U.S. presidents haven't always pardoned their Thanksgiving turkeys, but in recent years the surreal ceremony has become an American tradition.
These climate change stories were selected for the inaugural Earth Journalism Awards. A 16th award is still up for grabs, with voting available on Facebook and Twitter.
How much do you really know about this fantastically festive fruit?
Cloth diapers have come a long way, baby. See the convenient and cute designs Morieka Johnson found.
Seventh Generation launches campaign to demand tougher laws on toxic chemicals found in household products.
Research reveals that infants learn speech patterns in the womb.
Morieka Johnson says give compostable sporks (and sweet potato fries) a try.
Surprise someone each day with an unusual twist on tradition.
Start a new tradition by making tree ornaments out of recycled and repurposed materials.
Many products found to include lead and skin allergens.
The author shares a list of ways to get the not-yet-green more interested in the environment without turning them off.
Chanie Kirschner got one of those fancy baby food makers. It looks really good, too, gathering dust on her top shelf.
Author of parenting books blogs about raising children and health issues.