Explore the worlds of sustainable architecture, remodeling & design and organic gardening.
Mon, Dec 09, 2013 4:00 PM
Here's what you need to do to get your beds ready for winter.
Here's a primer on how to kill your lawn and not feel bad about it.
How organic is organic in personal-care products?
Cleaning ingredients are not required to be listed and “green” claims are unregulated, so it’s sometimes hard to know which detergents to trust.
Greenthumbed but yard-less? Plant an organic veggie garden wherever you please with the 4' by 4' MiniFarmBox.
Linoleum (not vinyl), bambook, cork and wood are all good options.
It's a black day in the world of green building as modern prefab pioneer Michelle Kaufmann announces she is shuttering her namesake firm.
Carter Oosterhouse, the carpenter from HGTV's 'Carter Can', shares easy ways to green any home.
Have a boring holiday weekend at home? Invest in green backyard camping gear that'll make your next long weekend more memorable.
The FURTHER Candle is made from purified restaurant grease waste. Does it smell like onion rings? You wish...
Max McMurdo transforms a discarded industrial coffee canister into a stunning, flower-inspired lampshade.
By cloning some species' digestive enzymes, scientists hope to make plants that will naturally break themselves down once they’re harvested.
Twenty-three countries now grow biotech foods and fibers—a market worth $6.9 billion in 2007 and projected to rise to $7.5 billion this year.
I took this week off for a little R&R. I also sat a lot on planes. Join me as I catch up on what I missed in green home news-land.
A highlight of this year's ICFF (that I missed) was Daisuke Hiraiwa's lamps made from discarded toothpicks and plastic spoons.
Complete with "rooftop access" and a reusable tarpaulin liner, the ModKat Litter Box is a stylish place for kitties to do their biz.
Eco-living expert blogs about best ways to go green at home.