Charcoal is the dirtiest grilling fuel, but the cleanest-burning fuel might come as a surprise.
See what's coming up in the new issue of Organic Gardening.
Growing healthy communities when fresh food isn't around the corner.
O'Hare showcases urban gardening to educate travellers.
See if your local farmers’ market is one of the nation’s best!
This annual list will point you to the best farmers’ markets in America.
Take these steps for an eco-friendlier wardrobe.
Avoiding Neoeonicotinoids from Box Stores
It's easy and you get a great workout; here's how to get started.
What does blossoming mean? What does it symbolize?
Ecofriendly and economical: With commodity prices climbing, buy-sell-trade used clothing shops are popping up all over.
Craig Sams hopes to make biochar a household word.
How Carolina Gold rice is making a comeback in South Carolina
A growing natural-gas industry poses toxic challenges for organic farmers and anyone else living near a fracking operation.
At Threefold Farm in upstate New York, the roots of the biodynamic movement in America run deep.
Underground since 1996, periodical cicadas hit the East Coast later this spring.
Solving the diaper dilemma, sustainably.
Take a look at what they're doing at the Columbia School.
Keeping a flock of backyard hens has gone from being homey to being oh-so-stylishly vogue.
A personal note from Maria Rodale to the readers of Organic Gardening