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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.
Yep, you read that right. Behold, the Jamboree Dog Bed, the best (and only) errant fur-catching rubber flip-flop pet bed out there.
Ohio's first LEED Platinum certified single-family home is the final project of a remarkable high school program.
Is farming profitable?
Green items for around the house
Doug Fine creates a delicious, low-carbon frozen treat.
There is something going on in farming. A whole new generation of young people are coming up from colleges, particularly elite ones, to try their hands at agriculture.
Here are some suggestions on choosing how to fill your garden.
By bringing customization to the prefab world, the architects behind the Burst house are minimizing waste and winning accolades from the Museum of Modern Art.
Investigating the best way to stop the seemingly endless flow of catalogs you never asked be delivered.
Safely keep your home the way it was meant to be: ant-free.
The Guardian's Fred Pearce has a bone to pick with the Swedish home furnishings giant. Where do you stand?
Fifteen finalists have been announced for Inhabitat's Spring Greening Contest — check 'em out and vote for your favorite design.
From Plenty's series "A Farmer's Notebook."
Although not exactly comfortable looking, the Chopstick/Steamer Stool wins points for creative reuse.
A food bank with a program that lets backyard gardeners get their abundance into the hands of those who need it.
Eco-living expert blogs about best ways to go green at home.