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Wed, Dec 11, 2013 4:29 PM
Your tree has some life in it yet come Dec. 26.
Shameful drum roll please … behold, the top losers in TreeHugger’s 2009 Anti-Green Awards.
Genetically modified plants that kill pests with the help of a bacterium gene may even be better for the environment than traditional methods of pest control.
This week's gardening update from MNN's food blogger finds the rains mucking up the works.
Although not my personal favorite, EcoSystems Bada Table wowed the crowds at BKLYN DESIGNS 2009.
Farmer watches the first plants of spring turn into the first flesh of spring.
Hone your interior design skills (and win a $30,000 room remodel) without spending a cent or impacting the planet in Comcast Town.
Discover ways to dispose of everyday toxic substances without harming the environment.
White distilled vinegar and hot water will disinfect floors.
There must be something in the water ... meet Uhuru, another Red Hook, Brooklyn-based designer of sustainable high-end furniture.
Showerheads have come a long way from the dribbly, dreary low-flow models.
Is a new lawn mower in your future? Soon, you might receive a 25 percent tax credit for purchasing an eco-model.
Pencils are made from non-toxic graphite, not lead.
Visitors show an Arkansas farmer how much he has to be thankful for.
Has the time now come to build our agriculture up rather than out?
Learn about ethanol-based hand sanitizers and their effect on the environment and your body.
Eco-living expert blogs about best ways to go green at home.