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Thu, Jul 24, 2014 3:39 PM
Putting your flowers indoors can give your rooms a burst of color and fragrance, but it's important to take care of them as much indoors as you did outdoors. Here's how.
A little guidance can help shoppers avoid going overboard at craft stores.
Two easy, eco-friendly items people on your holiday list will appreciate.
What are Americans throwing away?
One New Yorker aims to put worm compost bins under every kitchen sink.
Can a laundry ball really clean your clothes without chemicals?
An architect's house gets back in touch with nature with recycled copper exterior, sundial in the observatory and a roof garden.
Sustainable coffee is going mainstream. Is this a good thing?
These bath bombs look good enough to eat.
There are many ways to make your fire emit less particulate matter, carbon monoxide and other chemical compounds.
Many of these blends that are certified will run a little more than your typical supermarket grounds-in-a-can, but they undeniably taste better.
Green cleaners do have the harsh stuff to tackle the kind of grime that can accumulate after weeks.
Get the facts on Punica granatum.
Making the most of perfectly good fallen fruit.
The eco-art movement is bringing agriculture back into urban environments
The path to a vineyard's biodynamic certification.
Design devotee blogs about cities, innovation, architecture and green building.