Earthen plaster allows homeowners to connect with their homes and the earth in a practical and beautiful way. Learn how to work with this fun material.
Moving is stressful enough without thinking about how the impact will affect the Earth. Here are some ways you can lower your impact.
There's a growing lineup of technology that tackles the challenges of off-grid-survival in sometimes extreme environments or during catastrophic events. A few of my family's many favorites include BioLite's latest CampStove 2, LuminAID's PackLite 16, and Power Practical's Luminoodle Light Rope.
Seniors are building the first hemp tiny homes in Washington State with solar panels on top to provide green, affordable housing. Many seniors live on social security of less than $800 a month and need a warm, secure home – and they can have one, a tiny home. Together, we’re setting off a new green, affordable revolution: hemp tiny homes for seniors!
Indoor air pollution is one of modern society’s deadliest silent killers. Removing offending items can be difficult and in some cases impossible to do, but there are some simple steps you can take to help make the air quality in your home cleaner. Here are five things you can do to help combat indoor air pollution.
No commute, a great recycling program, and an energy-efficient office space: Telecommuting has put the power of controlling the environmental sustainability back into our hands. Could this be the next big push in sustainability?
As summer showers bring excess rain to your home, here are a few "green" ways you can manage the water.
The right illumination is a necessity for spring and summer outdoor activities. And with the proliferation of solar and LED into consumer lighting, outdoor lighting has never been easier—or greener. Here are five solutions for fun, eco-friendly ways to light up your backyard.
Whether you want to learn how to grow and raise your own food, build your own root cellar, or create a green dream home, come out and learn everything you need to know — and then some!LEARN MORE