We’ve heard it before: indoor plants are good to have around–for more than just aesthetic reasons.
Hallowe’en is quickly approaching but there’s a lot more to it than bags of candy and carving out ghoulish pumpkins to make creative jack o’ lanterns. In fact, it can be pretty sustainable, as well.
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We know that farmers do a lot to benefit our communities and those who go above and beyond should be recognized and celebrated in doing so.
Sure, showing mom you love her might be as easy as a warm hug or, if you’re keen on it, making mom a nice meal, but when a gift is in order, eco-friendly is the way to go.
Even though Earth Day is April 22nd, that doesn’t mean we can’t make some easy eco-changes to start practicing the rest of this week.
We’re always hearing about the next superfood… you’re likely familiar with gogi berries, raw cacao, acai berries, quinoa, and even kale — functional foods that do more than just taste great.
There are plenty of reasons for switching to CO2 neutral office water coolers, and using natural soap.
If you’re not familiar with Expo West (or Expo East, for that matter), it’s one of the United States’ largest tradeshow, featuring a huge array of natural, organic, and good-for-you products.
You might be tempted to snack on some vegetables and fruit fresh out of the garden, but dirty food can harbor a fair amount of harmful bacteria.
With Easter around the corner, there are plenty of ways to celebrate while keeping it friendly to our planet. From decorating to basket making to recipes, here are our top eco-Easter tips.
Giving sweet surprises this Valentine’s Day to your loved one is inevitable, but making it sustainable just makes it, well, that much better.
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