Explore the worlds of sustainable architecture, remodeling & design and organic gardening.
Fri, Dec 20, 2013 10:00 AM
According to Osram Sylvania's 6th annual Socket Survey, not too many folks realize that 40W and 60W incandescent bulbs will go bye-bye come Jan 1. And a sizable number of those who do plan on stockpiling old bulbs.
Check out the Big Dig House, a private residence named after and built from materials salvaged from the notorious highway megaproject.
Get a free subscription to Organic Gardening magazine and help organic farmers at the same time.
With GROW you can feel free to festoon your home with photovoltaic 'leaves' that capture juice from the sun and wind.
Gas grills, beach towels, bug spray and alfresco showers abound in this green home audit, 'the summer share edition.'
Before you start grilling and lighting stuff on fire in honor of the US of A, take a moment to peruse these green home links.
Move over freeway access and golf courses: Organic farms are the hottest amenity in subdivision living.
Video: Check out ABC Carpet & Home, a great place for a sustainable wedding registry.
Map your meal: Declare your independence from the same old July 4th menu with seasonal ingredients and recipes.
A green prefab home built specifically for last weekend's Dwell on Design show is auctioned off for a pretty penny.
Just days after the ACES bill (barely) passes the House, Obama announces new, decidedly unsexy energy standards for lamps.
Don't want to serve your BBQ guests grilled salmon with a lighter fluid glaze? Opt for a chimney starter and a box o' matches.
Economic recession to blame for first-ever downturn in U.S. organics industry.
Michael Jackson's housekeeping habits were decidedly more eccentric than eco. Still, the late performer preached environmental stewardship.
If you're in the Washington DC area any Friday this summer, you can pop by The People's Garden and learn a little something.
In his Hunger Initiative, Gov. Jon Corzine makes buying locally grown food for food banks a priority.
Eco-living expert blogs about best ways to go green at home.