3/31/2009
Here's how ceiling fans work, and how you can use them most efficiently.
3/30/2009
Burning driftwood in a stove produces dioxin, a hazardous pollutant. Here's why that happens, and what you should know.
3/25/2009
Organic gardening expert advises on whether to build raised beds for a new garden.
3/13/2009
Solar panels are strong enough to resist damage from most hail. But if you live in an area where large hail is common, there are a few things you can do to minimize your risk.
3/12/2009
Check out these terrific free apron patterns.
3/10/2009
In the long term, using recycled tire planters or rubber mulch in your garden can cause problems. Here's why.
3/5/2009
If you're raising baby chicks at home, find out the pros and cons of using medicated chick starter.






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