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Thu, Dec 12, 2013 12:54 PM
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The Reflyer contains 60 percent recycled polyethylene.
Made from plant- and mineral-based ingredients like coconut, carnauba wax and citric acid, the new line Ecover Boat Wash & Wax is entirely phosphate-free.
Go green with this beautiful red fruit: pick your own.
Nothing beats backyard-grown, summer tomatoes.
Rest at ease; take in nature while lounging on chairs that are Earth-friendly.
Make your cookouts as green and sustainable as they are fun.
Five tidbits to help you (and Mother Nature) keep your cool.
The real linoleum, made from natural materials, is making a big comeback.
Get the buzz on how rewarding home vegetable gardens can be.
Designed and hand-sewn by artist Michelle Czulada, the reusable coffee cup sleeves are made from discarded clothing items.
Coccoina glue is a non-toxic, non-solvent, acid-free option.
Onus Gear conducts a canvas bag design contest each month and members can submit their original art, vote for their favorite design, and then purchase a bag emblazoned with the winning entry.
Organic produce is probably not any more susceptible to salmonella than is conventionally grown produce.
The Rebound basketball is made of 40 percent recycled rubber so every 70 Rebound balls produced equal one less tire wasting away in a landfill.
All the kinks haven't been worked out for dimmable compact fluorescent flood lights, so test bulbs before tossing your receipt.
Eco-living expert blogs about best ways to go green at home.