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If you’ve never gardened before, there is no time like the present. Here are six easy ways to get your hands dirty.
Are you anxiously looking forward to tame and keep your garden in shape during the cold and dry season of Autumn? Here are 10 exclusive Autumn gardening tips which will help you achieve this goal easily.
Focusing on seasonal vegetables as we prepare for winter is a sustainable approach to vegetable gardening. Winter vegetables grow slower, need slightly less water, and don’t overdraw on the nutrients in the soil. Here are 8 essential tips you can use for gardening in winter.
Trick or Treat? Here are seven tips to celebrate Halloween in a more eco-friendly way, without losing the essence of the celebration.
Thanksgiving is part of a wonderful time of the year with family and friends, leaving us filled with gratitude (and good food)! There are always ways to celebrate time-honoured traditions like Thanksgiving gatherings in a more eco-friendly way.
Autumn is never short of green-friendly projects around the home and garden. Here are seven green ideas to keep you busy in the season of pumpkin spice, apples, cinnamon, and falling leaves:
With new applications for smart devices being developed every day, ‘green’ apps are a dime a dozen. Whether you are an environmentalist, a budding recycler or someone who wants to make a difference in the world, there is an app for it. Here are a few worth checking out.
There is no better way to know exactly what you are placing onto skin and body than by making the product yourself. Here are ten tips and tricks for DIY beauty.
Homemade infused waters present a wonderful opportunity to choose a healthier beverage alternative. They are easy to make and full of nutrients.
Green living is becoming a popular trend among A-list celebrities, from Leonardo DiCaprio to Brad Pitt. But we rarely fixate on their contributions to the natural world unless they are Jane Goodall or David Attenborough. Here are five top Hollywood celebrities doing good for all things green.
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