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While a healthy pumpkin crop in Illinois signals that Thanksgiving will be a-okay, California's parched conditions means bad news for Halloween.
Saving the coral reefs, one sculpture at a time.
The Big Dig House turns thousands of pounds of refuse into a home with a point of view.
Karaoke can be fun - but try being the resident crooner to a pair of farm animals.
To save energy, I unplug electronics when I'm not using them. Is it OK to do the same at a friend's house?
Large-scale olive production can cause soil erosion and is often chemical intensive, but Nudo uses no pesticides and will soon be certified organic.
Architect Walter Brooks' self-described "little house of light" delivers big ideas for living simply and sustainably.
Retrofit your stay in D.C. with Hotel Palomar
Here's a primer on how to kill your lawn and not feel bad about it.
How organic is organic in personal-care products?
Cleaning ingredients are not required to be listed and “green” claims are unregulated, so it’s sometimes hard to know which detergents to trust.
Carter Oosterhouse, the carpenter from HGTV's 'Carter Can', shares easy ways to green any home.
Max McMurdo transforms a discarded industrial coffee canister into a stunning, flower-inspired lampshade.
By cloning some species' digestive enzymes, scientists hope to make plants that will naturally break themselves down once they’re harvested.
Twenty-three countries now grow biotech foods and fibers—a market worth $6.9 billion in 2007 and projected to rise to $7.5 billion this year.
Turn these pesky weeds into something you can enjoy.
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