Explore the worlds of sustainable architecture, remodeling & design and organic gardening.
Wed, Dec 11, 2013 4:29 PM
Your tree has some life in it yet come Dec. 26.
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.
Raise your recycled content wine glass high this Earth Day to honor the grooviest gal on the green scene, Mother Nature herself.
Although the video for Royksopp's "Remind Me" is a couple of years old, it's always good for a quick watch before leaving the house.
Before you garden, golf, hibernate, or prepare taxes (ugh) this weekend, check out this delightful assortment of green home news items.
Studio Shulab's Lightpot is a pot for growing indoor plants and herbs equipped with a lamp-esque LED fixture.
Detroit wants to be a destination for fresh, local and natural foods.
MNN's food blogger has seedlings on her windowsill and very pernicious squirrels in her composter in this week's gardening adventures.
Eco-living expert blogs about best ways to go green at home.