Explore the worlds of sustainable architecture, remodeling & design and organic gardening.
Tue, May 21, 2013 7:30 PM
With particulars of a long-term reconstruction plan to soon be released, Architecture for Humanity launches a campaign to aid post-tornado rebuilding efforts in the devastated city of Moore, Okla.
The UK gets ready for expensive oil through locally-grown food in the "Growing Food for London" Conference.
On an Indian reservation in Montana, students and volunteers build homes out of straw.
No better time than the warm months to grow some fresh basil in your garden.
Extra produce grown in backyards across the U.S. and Canada can be donated to Plant a Row for the Hungry, to feed hungry people in local neighborhoods and communities.
One farmer feels that getting closer to the earth requires consuming all parts of an animal killed for consumption.
In Sonoma, homeowner Carrie Niederer and architect Cass Smith prove that some of the most affordable building choices are sustainable, too.
Today's best farmers markets boast engaged vendors, enterprising organizers, and hyper-local efforts to serve their communities.
A Brooklyn artist breathes new life into old tableware.
Pork panic, Twitter love, and a healthy dose of green home goodness to end your week.
Meet Alexis Rochas, the architect behind L.A.'s first green roof that’s atop a Holiday Inn-turned-swank apartment complex.
Decorate on a budget with found and repurposed items
A yard and chickens can yield economical eggs and poultry for the cost of food scraps.
Nestle into pillows made with hemp, salvaged inserts, and a twist of rebellion.
Cut and serve your food while saving forests with these cutting boards made from fallen trees.
Eco-living expert blogs about best ways to go green at home.