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Mon, Dec 09, 2013 4:00 PM
Here's what you need to do to get your beds ready for winter.
Take a video tour of British architect Luke Tozer's skinny n' stylish green home but be careful ... you may fall in love.
More and more people are taking their edible gardens to the rooftops, and the benefits are great.
Don't fret ... actor Richard Dreyfuss is skipping over the baby steps and giving his Encinitas, Calif., home a full-on eco-makeover.
Portland, Ore-based design firm Merkled's Pot Rack is made from locally salvaged steel loom ends.
Is Queen Elizabeth getting organic gardening tips from Michelle Obama?
Two attention-grabbing home designs: Daniel Libeskind's prefab villa and a pint-sized "Shed for Living" from the UK.
It's cherry season in many parts of the country, and a cherry upside-down cake is an unexpected way to use up this seasonal fruit.
Americans are calling upon their governors to 'eat by example' and pledging to do the same this Independence Day.
The rigidly archaic Swartzentruber Amish sect butts heads with authorities over decidedly old-school sanitation methods.
Guardian readers are asked to report sightings of birds and bees as part of the Make Your Nature Count backyard wildlife survey.
Chances are, you won't be watching analog TV this weekend ... a perfect reason to check out these green home news items.
There's a buzz around designer Jason Neufeld's Bombus Shelters — stylish, ceramic beehives that attract garden-beneficial bumblebees.
Dangerous chemicals lurk in many paints, but by shopping wisely you can breathe easier. Here's your guide to eco-friendly paints.
These products get the lazy housekeeping thumbs-up.
Want to delight Big Daddy without displeasing Mamma Nature? Score big green points with these home-related Father's Day gifts.
Eco-living expert blogs about best ways to go green at home.