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An organic lifestyle is more sustainable, saves you some money, protects your health and preserves the environment. These are just a few ways to live an organic lifestyle.
Home gardening accounts for an astonishing 75% of all pesticides used in North America, making it several million pounds used per year. Fortunately, there are a number of natural alternatives to these potent and dangerous chemicals, most of which are harmless to people and animals.
We know that plants can sense and react to changes in the temperature, to harsh winds and even to physical stimulus, but a new study completed at the University...
You’d have to be living under a rock for the past few years to miss the increasingly disturbing reports of colony collapse disorder among bees. Since 2006, beekeepers have...
Any scientific advancement, however marvellous it is, can take on Pandora’s Box qualities if left unchecked. As far as the agricultural industries are concerned, pesticides are helping to feed...
Food waste accounts for up to 29% of the amount of trash each year in the US. Here are 9 effective ways to reduce your food waste at home.
If you’re considering growing plants inside a greenhouse, here are 13 obdurate advantages you’ll definitely like to know and utilize as well.
There are several inexpensive and non-toxic methods you can use to unclog drains in your home with ingredients you probably already have in your cabinets.
However you choose to while away the colder winter months, careful consideration of what to burn in the fireplace is one way to make greener choices.
The solar industry has come a long way in just the last few years. The latest developments and breakthroughs in solar technology include longer-lasting solar cells, solar cells that you can print onto flexible surfaces, solar panels that track the sun from east to west throughout the day, and solar power plants that work at night. Here's a breakdown of the breakthroughs we're most excited about.