Green Living

15 Natural Easter Egg Dyes

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With Easter fast approaching I have been thinking about how to dye our eggs this year and did some research. If you want to “go...




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    Get a Head Start on Spring with These Garden Prep Tips (Infographic)

    The days are short, the ground is cold, and most vegetable gardens are dormant. But that’s no reason to neglect them. A little prep now... Read more

  • Invasion of the Coffee Pods

    Keurig Coffee Share Grows, So Does Environmental Controversy

    LINCOLN, Calif.—One measure of how heated the environmental battle has become over coffee giant Keurig Green Mountain’s $5 billion-a-year, single-serve plastic pods is how often... Read more

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    Your Shampoo Bottle Is Dreaming of a Second Shot at Life

    The ads want you to think of recycling other plastic items besides water bottles. Almost half of Americans don’t think about recycling bathroom products, according... Read more

  • Seven lanterns representing the seven continents of the world are released over Sydney Harbour, in a countdown to Earth Hour in 2010, in Sydney, Australia. Earth Hour 2015 is focused on the impact of global warming on rural communities and food production this year. (Brendon Thorne/Getty Images for WWF

    Earth Hour Returns in 2015 With Focus on Food Production

    SYDNEY—It’s Earth Hour time again and there are new activities planned for 2015’s lights out night—a pop-up paddock dinner in the country perhaps, or for... Read more

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    We Know Yellow Snow Is Bad, but Is It OK to Eat White Snow?

    Have you ever made ice cream out of snow? If you have, then you know that it has a unique indescribable flavor unlike the ice... Read more

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    How to Clean Your Home Without Harmful Chemicals (Video)

    Did you know that some of the most dangerous chemicals that you’re exposed to every single day are found in your own home? They can... Read more

  • Thomas Ugo Ermacora at the Limewharf Adhocracy Exhibition. ( Jana Chiellino)

    Recoding Places: A Social Entrepreneur’s Concept for Regenerating Cities

    As he peered through the tiny box in the center of my computer screen smiling boyishly, wondering if I could see him on my end... Read more

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    Infographic: How to Reduce Your Household’s Carbon Footprint

    The effort to limit greenhouse gas emissions starts at home. Carbon dioxide accounts for the majority of greenhouse gas emissions, and electricity makes up the largest portion of CO2 emissions. This means... Read more

  • A blue tit sits on a bird table in a garden in Sieversdorf, eastern Germany, on January 11, 2015. (Patrick Pleul/AFP/Getty Images)

    Birds: A Gardener’s Best Pest Control

    Birds have been a gardener’s (and a farmer’s) best pest control since humans first planted crops. As a geek who searches out old gardening books, it’s... Read more

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    Valentine’s Day and Green Chocolate

    I love chocolate, you love chocolate, everybody loves chocolate. Well, maybe not everybody, but I sure don’t know too many people who would turn their... Read more

  • A bull dozer moves rubbish at the Shelford Landfill, Recycling & Composting Centre on August 23, 2007 near Canterbury, England. (Photo by Peter Macdiarmid/Getty Images)

    Stop Wasting Food!

    We have all done it many times, thrown perfectly good food into the trash. You might think this is not a big issue, just an... Read more

  • Garden Activists Plant On Small Plot To Provide Free Food To Needy

    How to Start Garden Seeds Indoors – Basic Technique

    I can’t tell you how excited I am to start garden seeds indoors while there’s still a blanket of snow on the ground. Watching seeds germinate and seedlings... Read more

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    Going Green With 17 Organic Beauty Brands

    Let’s face it–most organic beauty products we read about in English language magazines are from America or the UK. Whether it’s Josie Maran, Green People... Read more

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    How To Build a Keyhole Garden

    Living in an arid climate or an area plagued by drought can make traditional gardening nearly impossible. But with a sustainable gardening technique called keyhole gardening, used... Read more

  • The top of a young Umbrella Pine peeks above 3 feet of snow in my flower garden. This was pretty much the scene all winter 2013-2014. (Courtesy of Todd Heft)

    Get Your Plants Ready for Another Tough Winter

    Curse you, Polar Vortex! The winter of 2013-2014 was a record for plant damage in my garden. Frost heave appeared nearly everywhere, plants that typically... Read more

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    Countertop LED Grow Box Puts a Garden in Your Kitchen

    The latest entry into the indoor “smart” garden market features advanced LED lighting which mimics natural light patterns for faster growth cycles. The interest in... Read more


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