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.
MNN's food blogger has seedlings on her windowsill and very pernicious squirrels in her composter in this week's gardening adventures.
When I was 10, I was too busy watching 'Double Dare' or playing kickball to worry about attic insulation. Not this kid...
Use elbow grease to zap kitchen grease.
Recycled material specialists offer everything from flooring to countertops.
The renovation of a fixer-upper in Portland proves that LEED Platinum certification is possible without going over-the-top.
Move over, Seventh Generation. Turning a New Leaf unrolls a new line of eco toilet paper.
Traceability. Consumers and policy-makers alike are asking for more, and some food manufacturers are responding positively.
Eight outdoorsy decor items that bring bucolic flair to urban abodes.
Since Hurricane Katrina, many New Orleanians have wondered where their dinner will come from, and one local group has stepped up to the plate to provide answers.
File this one under Internet oversharing: Botanicalls, a wireless device for houseplants that tweets based on soil moisture levels.
In the Big Apple's beleaguered East New York neighborhood, hope comes in the form of homegrown veggies.
One Californian food justice group shows that local, healthy eating starts with education and a tricked-out rig.
A new farmers' market in downtown Philadelphia makes buying local easy for everyone.
Snug as a slug in a mug.
A gardener debates whether to slay or spray poison ivy.
Eco-living expert blogs about best ways to go green at home.