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Mon, Sep 22, 2014 7:30 PM
If there was an 'unlike' button for home renovation projects, the 30-year-old social media tycoon would have earned himself more than a few thumbs down.
With MNN's DIY greenhouse pointers, your green thumb will be thriving in no time.
CSAs offer a summer of fresh local food for members, and a steady income for farmers.
Don't bottle up your BPA concerns -- alternative containers abound
Be the ant, not the grasshopper -- buy fresh, local produce in season and preserve it for winter.
Video: Watch Farmer D and friends update a late summer garden for fall.
Video: What happens when the fruits and veggies at your local grocery store go bad?
Video: Tour an organic farm and learn what makes it certified organic.
Check out Vivavi, a chic and sustainable furniture store in New York.
Rooftop gardens offer hotels a chance to save green by growing their own food and maximizing space.
Entrepreneur Michelle Kaufmann can build your new home in half the time and with half the waste as a regular architect.
LED holiday lights are a bright idea for those strung out over the eco-woes of incandescent bulbs.
If you've heard anything about getting tax credits for installing storm windows, find out more information here.
Garbage trucks will compact the living daylights out of whatever goes inside them, making all your home-compacting efforts somewhat irrelevant.
Whip up your own safe cleaner with good ol' (cheap!) vinegar.
Made from plant- and mineral-based ingredients like coconut, carnauba wax and citric acid, the new line Ecover Boat Wash & Wax is entirely phosphate-free.
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