Displaying 1 - 10 of 269 Articles
Displaying 1 - 10 of 269 Articles
A hand adjusting the dial on a stove.
From light bulbs to cleaning the freezer, there's lot of easy ways to reduce energy usage in your kitchen.
02-06-17 by Nicole Nemeth
A lighted Christmas tree.
You know which you prefer, but which is better for the environment?
12-08-15 by Leigh Ann Combs
Piles of pressure-treated lumber
It really depends on the perspective of the gardener.
08-13-19 by Dawn Hammon
A hand holding up a light bulb against sunshine and trees.
Which one is right for your home?
04-23-20 by James Jones
A garden pathway.
Consider both the light and flooring.
07-24-20 by Jean-Pierre Catania
Cork flooring options.
It's soft, eco-friendly, and easy to install.
02-12-20 by Sara LeDuc
A glass shower door with steam on it.
Lower your utility bills big time with these DIY projects.
02-26-21 by Nicole Nemeth
A patch of grasscrete.
Combine grass and concrete for a green alternative to a standard walkway or driveway.
03-13-17 by Perry Carpenter
Solar panels on a roof.
Green energy certifications are not hard to get.
05-19-20 by Jennifer Aube
A desk cluttered with paper and notes
Paper seems to multiply faster than sugar ants on a sticky counter. It infiltrates our offices and homes. For many people it’s a source of stress. There are many ways to reduce the amount of paper in your life. With the right systems you can have a mostly paper-free zone and reduce your stress. Here
11-30-21 by Dawn Hammon