Dig into organic gardening with tips on composting and news about sustainable agriculture.
The impending winter doesn't mean you can't have a garden. It just means you'll need to do a little extra work.
Ever-conscious of drought, a new generation of farmers in the West are contemplating a switch from water-intense crops to rain-fed options like sorghum and grains.
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After being saved from Sandy's storm surge, a quartet of clucky — and lucky — Brooklynites named Chicki Minaj, Hillary Chicken, Black Betty and Salt Hen Peppa are in need of a new home.
During storm season, trees can become a treacherous liability, but there are ways homeowners can keep the beauty and shed the fear by following a few simple rules.
Multi-university project asks how organic farmers can control these pests and protect their crops.
In this guest article, scientist Daniel Hayden makes a case for why California's rejected Proposition 37, which would have required labeling for genetically modified food, was a bad idea.
A climate scientist branches off the academic path and finds satisfaction - and opportunities to make a difference - running a pickle factory.
Video: The drought conditions plaguing farmers in Michigan and other parts of the country have created a boon for pumpkin farmers like Tim Vala in Nebraska.
Our garden writer explains why you should consider a cover crop in any season and offers suggestions for each region of the country.
In the district of Warangal, a project to grow cotton in a way that causes less harm to the land is taking root.
Heronswood's new owners plan to preserve the Washington state property, which has been closed since 2006 when then-owner Burpee had financial problems.
Neiman Marcus continues its longstanding, publicity-grabbing tradition of ridiculous Christmas catalog 'fantasy' offerings. And this year, even the backyard chicken movement is involved.
The rise of the price of oil and increasingly restrictive health legislation covering dangerous products are giving a boost to green refining.
You may garden just for fun, but you're also protecting your mental and physical health while you're at it.
Eco-living expert blogs about best ways to go green at home.