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Mon, Jun 17, 2013 11:31 AM
There's more than one way to get into that jar of pickle goodness.
There's no need to spend money on seed starter pots when you can make biodegradable pots from newspaper.
Living it up DIY style at home? Take it to the streets with the Get Excited and Make Things T-shirt.
Move over, Florida. The nation’s largest roof-mounted solar array has been completed in Atlantic City, N.J.
The BBC brings us an unusual story about homeless people outside of Tokyo living in a cyber cafe.
Preoccupied with college basketball or simply have a serious case of spring fever? Here's some green home goodness that you may have missed.
Seen all the ads offering the consulting services of Green Irene? Who exactly is this green guru-ess, and should you let her into your home?
The first lady confirms that the vegetable garden on the White House lawn will be organic.
studio CRANK's cheeky "Chuck" waste paper basket is made from 100 percent recycled cardboard.
The stench of chemical fumes coming from a toilet on Bob Dylan's Malibu property raises ire and offends olfactory systems.
The first family is planting a garden on the White House lawn, hoping to make it a place of 'education and awareness.'
GOOD magazine collaborates with graphic design studio Fogelson-Lubliner on a fascinating home water footprint reduction chart.
Join MNN's food blogger on an organic gardening adventure with weekly updates on her family's vegetable garden.
"Outdoor furniture for the modern lollygagger" from Loll Designs is made from 100 percent post-consumer HDPE.
Finding it hard to keep an eco-friendly home in a town without like-minded neighbors? Corvallis, Oregon, is calling ...
Watch the building of low-energy home with a remarkable grass sod roof in County Clare, Ireland.
Eco-living expert blogs about best ways to go green at home.