Learn how to make your home more efficient and environmentally friendly with inspirational DIY projects.
Using rain barrels or even buckets to collect rain is important because fresh water is a finite resource -- and wasting treated water is a bad idea.
Rain barrels not doing the trick? Capture water produced by outdoor AC units and reuse it to irrigate your garden with the AIR-igator.
SC Johnson: A family company since 1886
Move over Mrs. Meyers ... Martha Stewart's line of natural cleaning and laundering products, Martha Stewart Clean, is unrolled at Home Depot.
Scientists have finally confirmed what gardeners have long claimed: Water droplets can burn certain plants at the wrong time of day.
Want to do away with dish detergents and so-so sponges? Check out noodle-esque, eco-friendly Spaghetti Scrubs from Goodbye Detergent!
Knock 4-9 percent off your winter heating bill by dressing an older model water heater with an insulating blanket.
As shelter mags are shuttered left and right, a 67-year-old title for eco-gardeners, Organic Gardening, is relaunched with a fresh new look.
With a lil' help from innovative, eco-friendly cookware line 360, I'm hoping to break free from the delicious yet detrimental grip of takeaway food this year.
Huh? Fels what? Fels-Naptha, an old-school bar laundry soap that's a staple in DIY detergents and is used for numerous home remedies.
When you're ready to put away the lights and ornaments, be sure you properly dispose of your tree, too.
My gift to you: A dozen green home links for your enjoyment over the long holiday weekend.
Energy-guzzling Christmas light displays are one holiday tradition that makes this mostly festive blogger cringe. How do you feel about Griswald-esque lawn spectacles?
Struggling with an ineffective or nonexistent fireplace damper this winter? Invest in a draft-busting inflatable Chimney Balloon.
Marshall Dostal was using fry grease to fuel his cars before taking it another step to create Further soap.
Both beneficial and beleaguering, the Ace Plug torments you with a series of irksome noises until you unplug appliances that aren't in use.
Eco-living expert blogs about best ways to go green at home.