A vacation designed to be close to nature and sustainable can be found in some traditional locations. You just have to choose well.
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Between 30 to 40% of food goes uneaten in the United States, and it adds up quickly. This stunning report from NEEF explains all you need to know about food loss and food waste in the US.
Local farms offer fresh food and contributions to community. Buying at big groceries and big box stores contributes to the demise of our planet.
If you’re thinking about getting tickets to see a 2017 Red Sox game at historic Fenway Park in Boston, may I recommend choosing seats near the State Street Pavilion? You’ll not only have a clear view all the way from home plate to the Green Monster, you’ll be able to look down over the rooftop […]
Green festivals incorporate environmental considerations to minimize their negative impacts through reduction of waste, water, and energy, use of fair trade or organic food, incorporating local suppliers and locally sourced products, and providing education about environmental impacts. A green festival is so much fun! This year’s Green Festival Expo in San Francisco will take place November […]
Visiting farm-to-table restaurants on your next trip through the Northeast will help support a more resilient and sustainable local food system.
Homesteading and living greener isn’t just for those in rural areas. Inspiration and advice for going green in urban/suburban living.
Americans eat almost 200 pounds of genetically engineered foods per year, many not even knowing it.
There is no need to get overwhelmed when you hear the world diet. Thanks to present day mainstream culture that encourages you to indulge mostly on processed and pre-made food, you only need a few adjustments that don’t require all that much effort and you will be back on track with healthy meals for you […]
How to grow alfalfa sprouts
As we look back on all that happened in 2011, sometimes we forgot to bring our reusable containers, missed an opportunity to enlighten and support others in their journey, or just held back for whatever reason to living more consciously.
If you have decided to celebrate a handmade green Christmas with non-materialistic eco-friendly gifts this year like us, you may want to consider making edible gifts as well. Presenting your loved ones with them will not only increase your sustainability but also the love that flows back to you! It is great to express yourself with a tasty homemade treat – something that will be appreciated even by the most picky ones among us.
Going green is no easy business. It takes a good chunk of your precious time and energy. So what can you do to help make this process a bit smoother and more enjoyable?
Fortunately, many cultures have found alternatives for wheat giving an awesome opportunity to try out some new cultural fare. To avoid paying high prices, here are four good wheat-free breads that are delicious, easy on the wallet and adapt well to any meal.
Research is showing synthetic dyes leach toxins into our bodies so, wouldn’t healthy dyes offer up healing or at least do no harm? Here are four natural dyes to try during your next dye project.
Instead of clogging up the recycle bin, why not make your own sour cream and save both the environment and your wallet? Making this dairy staple takes only two ingredients and a container for storage, preferably glass.