Reader Pam Stotts turns homegrown gourds into bird houses.
Flowers and cards are great, but you can do better.
Solar technology belongs in the landscape.
A recent analysis of the nation's water supplies reveals some dirty little secrets. Is your city on the Worst Water list?
You can get rid of ants, moths, and other insect pests without dousing your home with chemicals.
If food fights are common with your child, rest assured knowing this study shows parents aren’t to blame.
New research links household mold to asthma. But some simple mold-fighting tactics will keep your family breathing easy.
A few nontoxic kitchen cleaners can bring a sparkle back to your fridge and oven.
Keep indoor plant decorations fresh throughout the holiday season.
Use these tips to make the heart of your home a healthy haven.
Thrifty environmentalists are rediscovering the clothesline.
Nature is a rich and inspiring source for decorations that give your home a "garden-y" look and feel.
New research finds another health threat from nonstick pans and stain-resistant carpets.
Everyone knows that fruits and vegetables are good for you, but some are better than others. Here is a list of nutrition-packed varieties.
Make your own environmentally friendly cleaning products
An artful approach to living emphasizes self-reliance & traditional homemaking skills.
Make your own cleaners to save money and avoid filling your home with toxins.
Do you know how to cook your cauliflower?
Manufactured scents may smell good but it's best to steer clear.
Your soup could be canned up in a chemical stew.
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