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Fri, May 29, 2015 3:30 PM
Despite the 'D' word, a new survey finds that Americans are still smitten with lush residential landscapes.
The owners of Alabama's Humble Heart Farms are offering their dairy farm to whoever writes the best 200-word essay.
Knowing which critter is targeting your yard can help you figure out how to make it go away.
A residence built for the famed architect's son survived demolition — but can it survive the neighbors?
Jeremy Beasley's debut feature is filled with enough raw emotion to fill a dozen pint-sized dwellings.
Entrepreneur Elliot Mermel hopes his high-protein cricket powder helps transform perceptions of the insect and its value as a sustainable food source.
From many miles above, the seemingly neat and orderly seaweed 'fields' are uncannily reminiscent of blurred blocks of text that you might find inside a book.
The PURE|IF|HIDE collection sits pretty at the intersection of function, beauty and extreme recyclability.
And you thought your propane torch was just for metalworking.
America, land of food trucks and hydroponic vertical farming, has never looked quite so tasty.
Sequim, Washington, has spent the last 20 years transforming arid farmland into a fragrant prairie of purple blooms. What's the secret to their lavender-infused luck?
With a little bit of prep work and little bit of sweat, that old paint will be a distant memory.
It's a cinch to spruce up a drab end table into something that's stylish and functional.
Pesticides are related to nicotine, and they're effective against a range of insects — including the good guys.
Old-school food preservation meets prefab design with this back-to-the-land Dutch design.
Bridget Collins fashions leaves, flower petals and other found items into lovely masterpieces.
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