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Fri, Oct 31, 2014 4:21 PM
Why should boring old Victorians with their heavy curtains, creaky floorboards and overgrown front lawns have all the paranormal fun?
Two bills designed to stop outbreaks of food-borne illnesses could mean big trouble for small farms.
We sent our European correspondent to the streets of Milan for their international furniture fair.
Check out this photo gallery of stunning eco-friendly houses.
On an Indian reservation in Montana, students and volunteers build homes out of straw.
That pig ate my dinner! (And it stole my meds.)
Here's another reason the answer is yes: Large-scale, factory-style meat production, the modern practice of cramming huge numbers of animals together and feeding them an imported diet of grain.
Save money and your lungs by using these homemade detergents.
Michael Pollan argues that fossil fuel efficiency replaced farmers, and we need to get them back.
Michael Pollan lists three things that need to be removed in order to get animals back on farms.
Michael Pollan explains how a variety of plants and animals make for healthy farms, which make for healthy people.
Michael Pollan explains that if farmers are only growing one or two crops, that means people are only eating one or two crops, which does not make for a healthy diet.
Michael Pollan's State of the Movement Address from the Georgia Organics Convention
The many consequences of these burping, belching gas guzzlers.
Brighter Living with Jill Cordes: Tips to enhancing our energy efficiency.
Brighter Living with Jill Cordes: These helpful tips will keep you green and warm.
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