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Wed, Dec 11, 2013 4:29 PM
Your tree has some life in it yet come Dec. 26.
Decor that's from a tree but still guilt free: driftwood.
Recycline offers various sizes of food storage containers, a colander and two types of cutting boards, all made from 100 percent recycled plastic and paper.
Sukie's Turn Over a New Leaf soft-cover notebook is made with 100 percent recycled paper, and has a lovely leaf design on each page.
The array of certifications for flower farmers raises just as many questions as it provides answers.
Lisa Wong Jackson designs everything from stationery to wedding invites with one-of-a-kind images, exquisite lettering, and hand-pressed printing.
No two Worldwide Co.'s Yesterday's News pencils are exactly alike because they are crafted from tightly wrapped sheets of recycled Chinese newspapers.
Countless tasty treats can trace their roots to the common dairy cow. Consider these udderly surprising stats about the dairy industry.
How effective are homemade, natural cleaning solutions?
The surge protector can sense when your computer is turned off and power down all other gadgets plugged into it.
Kenaf, a 4,000-year-old crop that originated in Africa, yields five times the fiber that Southern Pine trees and requires less energy for processing.
Branch Home’s Braille Blank Notebook is crafted from the pages of Braille editions of popular magazines.
Toast the holidays with a festive and organic wintertime libation, and for the food devotees on your gift list, give and give again.
You don't have to have a huge barn or miles of crops to be a farmer.
The delicate-looking throw rug is unbelievably durable, made of reincarnated soda bottles, and crafted by Thai artisans who receive a fair wage for their handiwork.
Water too hot to...handle? Turn down the temperature on your water heater.
Eco-living expert blogs about best ways to go green at home.