My husband is a cold-blooded guy and likes his home warm. I’m a hot-blooded girl and like it on the cool side. Thus the thermostat wars begin every winter when temperatures drop.
We are lucky to have bamboo growing on our property. In our attempt to be sustainable, we have used it for many of our household and building needs.
It is our duty to teach our child good values as they are growing up. All our efforts will be wasted if we do not teach our children basic values that will help them become productive members of society.
Chances are that there are things you are putting in the trash that you had no idea you could recycle. Check out this list of the most unusual recyclables to cut down on your waste.
Quick, simple ideas for incorporating "greener" habits in the daily lives of children. From reusable water bottles to turning off the lights, the cost of implementation is minimal.
Old cans come in a wide variety of sizes and can be re-purposed for many different uses. To be clear, we're talking storage cans here, this has nothing to do with your grandmothers..nevermind. Back to the main topic -...
Going green doesn't necessarily mean living off the grid. Here are ten items that will help you go green using things you see and use everyday.
Passive Design is all about working with nature and not against it and the results are not just environment friendly but promise to be more efficient and sustainable.
Going off-grid is a huge step. Read on to find out the most common mistakes new homesteaders make -- and how you can keep from making them, too.
Global warming...A major concern or is it just another thing that is part of life?