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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.
Curious about community supported agriculture? This video can answer your questions.
Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack broke ground on The People's Garden last week. It's just the first.
Video: Danielle is throwing a "green" tea party and you're invited!
Take a video tour of a drafty British town house that has been given a complete eco-retrofitting.
MIO — Philly-based designer of all things "Beautiful, Sustainable, Affordable" — is back with the sculptural Trask Lamp.
Should these green giants be legitimized by the green building community and environmentalists? Or are they just a bad idea?
Step away from reality for a moment to admire EcoCoon Retreats, a new prefab design concept.
Procure a few petals from admirers but in need of a vessel? Here are a half-dozen sustainably designed vases to display your lovely loot in.
With the Wannabe table, a German design firm gives creative reuse to the ordinary, often-thrown-out cardboard box.
According to a recent survey, Canadians are getting greener and greener at home each year.
Claustrophobia, $16 glasses of Chardonnay, and a wonderful, watery cause: Inside the NYC Twestival.
Green Depot’s first LIVE store — a LEED-certified green home supply superstore — opens today in downtown Manhattan.
TerraCycle takes trash like candy wrappers and turns them into treasure.
I’ve counted the ways. Cozy up with a dozen freshly picked, long-stemmed green home news items to end the week.
Don't like sorting recyclables and taking out the trash? Here's a few eco-rubbish bins to up your motivation.
Eco-living expert blogs about best ways to go green at home.