Explore the worlds of sustainable architecture, remodeling & design and organic gardening.
Thu, Dec 12, 2013 12:54 PM
Quick! Before all the good 2014 calendars sell out and you're forced to choose between Lil Bub, muscle cars or, gulp, Anne Geddes overstock. For your consideration, 14 calendars of the letterpress, perpetual or otherwise remarkable variety.
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.
After being decimated by a tornado two years ago, Greensburg, Kansas, has found itself in a flurry of green building.
Hot temperatures and even hotter designers defined the seventh annual BKLYN DESIGNS show.
Two bills designed to stop outbreaks of food-borne illnesses could mean big trouble for small farms.
Small, mighty, and designed-in-Japan, the Chikuno Cube absorbs offensive odors (and household toxins) like nobody's business.
Tabbouleh-scented surface cleaners, newspaper roses and eco-weedwhackers: Just another week in green home-land.
Company is switching to Tritan copolyester, a BPA-free plastic.
These Cardboard Safari puzzles and decor are available at the W Hotel Store.
From the Netherlands comes the Wattcher, a sleekly designed — by Marcel Wanders — home energy monitor.
Your grocery store totes don't have to be boring or preachy.
Can diseases be warded off by eating GMO corn? Scientists are working to find out.
Money from the 2008 Farm Bill has been set aside specifically for organic farmers.
Meet — and tour the home of — Vanessa Farquharson, the fierce (non-smug) Canadian wit behind the blog, Green as a Thistle.
Eco-living expert blogs about best ways to go green at home.