is a wonderful, rich and well executed site about sustainable living. It offers information, activities and ideas which help us live more simply, efficiently and with less impact on the environment. Here are some examples – have fun!
Enhance your backyard, create a fun project for the family and contribute to local wildlife conservation – develop your own Backyard Wildlife Habitat
. Young children especially can learn the basics of nature appreciation through their own window into the natural world.
Compost is the single most important supplement you can give your garden soil. Composting is a simple way to add nutrient-rich humus which fuels plant growth and restores vitality to depleted soil.
One-pot cooking used to be the exclusive domain of bachelors, campers and college students just moved away from home. Here are a few variations on the “one-pot” theme, which broaden the possibilities for creative cuisine, while maintaining the simplicity and energy savings of one-pot cooking.
The cost of clothing goes way beyond the price tag. The environment is impacted by the growing of fibers for textiles, the manufacture and distribution of clothing, and even the care and maintenance of garments. Here are some tips to help reduce the environmental costs of clothing.
The World War II home front was the most important and broadly participatory green experiment in U.S. history. Is it a model we should use today?
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