Re-Nest takes a gander at the 2010 HGTV Green House in Plymouth, Mass. and wonders if its a bit "overdressed" with too much focus on eco-friendly decor flourishes rather than nitty-gritty aspects like building materials and efficiency.
The Los Angeles Times gets down n' dirty in a L.A. at Home blog post about composting with worms. Aspiring vermiculturists, take note.
The Christian Science Monitor checks in with Alexandra Marks as she considers installing residential wind power as part of an eco-renovation project on her property in rural Connecticut.
Ecosalon highlights "5 Key Product Design Trends Building A Greener World." On the list? Straw, reclaimed fabrics, corn, light-transmitting concrete, and good, old-fashioned edible vegetation.
USATODAY travels to Salt Lake City to tour a super-efficient home, one of the first in the U.S. to gain popular-in-Europe Passive House Certification.
Image: John C. Williams Architects