Explore the worlds of sustainable architecture, remodeling & design and organic gardening.
Thu, Dec 05, 2013 11:40 AM
Naturally, Texas is home to what the Guinness World Records has deemed as the world's largest gingerbread house. And although the plus-sized structure may scream 'excessive waste' to some, it's not without a big, charity-minded heart.
Today's best farmers' markets are changing more than our diets.
Brighten up your office with an environmentally friendly organizer.
Curt Ellis says that today’s successful farmers are economists, not gardeners.
The USDA's The People's Garden was unveiled yesterday as Secretary Vilsack announced plans to make it even bigger and better.
Reorganizing after a zesty spring cleaning sesh? Build the ultimate waste-less, tool-less shelving unit with zBoards from Way Basics.
Find out what really makes your garden "organic."
Get the party started with recycled glassware from Italy, and keep the environmentally friendly odyssey going from there.
Pawk da caw at the Macallen Building, Boston's first green residential building and subject of the film, "The Greening of Southie."
Enjoy a green and weed-free lawn, without the chemicals.
No doubt, climate change is affecting gardens.
The Guardian kicks off Green your home, an "eco-refurbishment experiment" that follows five bloggers striving to make their homes greener.
Using palm oil to make biodiesel may cause more trouble than it prevents.
A polluted waterway will be the unlikely host for a sustainable, floating classroom.
These shower curtains are educational and environmentally friendly.
Arthur and friends are going green for Earth Day by teaching kids about gardening, composting and more.
Eco-living expert blogs about best ways to go green at home.