So, it's 2017. The new year. Lots of changes will be taking place in 2017, most of them we can't control. Which is why our personal food choices matter now more than ever. This is where New Year's resolutions can come in handy. Resolving to be more sustainable in the new year is a great way to make the world a better place and your life a healthier one.
In the US, we waste 40 percent of all the food we produce, squandering valuable natural resources and contributing to global climate change. But it's incredibly easy to reduce your own food waste. Learn how here!
Mother's Day is soon - don't forget to get something for your mom! Here we break down why conventionally-raised flowers aren't the best option for mom - plus some great alternative gift ideas.
The first step to a a flourishing garden is choosing high quality seeds that fit your climate and harvest goals. Make sure you seed for success by purchasing from sustainable seed sources, considering important seed characteristics and understanding the seeding process.
Winter is the best time to strategize for a successful season of home gardening. With our first post of the Garden DIY series, we bring you tried and true advice for getting excited, planning ahead and staying on track with your sustainable garden projects.
Even the best plans sometimes leaves us with a little more produce than time - and it's not uncommon to face a crisper drawer that is threatening to expire. In those moments, turn your extra vegetables into quick pickles! Mix it up with different seasonal veggies and flavors, and enjoy these pickles all summer long.
With many homeowners opting to leave their swimming pools dry in the midst of drought, we challenged ourselves to come up with 50 ideas for your empty pool. Check out our list and don't get jealous.
Since gardening was "invented" around 12,000 years ago, the skills and tools associated with the craft have evolved constantly. In fact, the traditional approach to gardening is to always update how it's done. To help you keep on the cutting edge, we'll cover a myriad of ways modern techniques and tools can be used to improve your gardening game.
Happy Earth Month! Here is the cutest list o'easy eco tips you've ever seen. Which tip will you use to show our favorite planet some love?
Ever found yourself in a grocery aisle stymied over competing labels and claims, wondering which food is the best buy for you? Good news - help is here! And regardless of how much you know about the healthiness of food, Stefanie Sacks' astoundingly helpful new book has something for you.
If you're looking for fun multimedia gifts (and treats!) to share with your nearest and dearest this holiday season, have we got some picks for YOU. At a variety of price points, available online, in kitchens or on bookshelves, here's a few of our newest favorite ways to spread the enviro-themed merry!
If you are looking for a 'Green Job' in energy, we've got good news: energy is a vital part of the American economy and clean energy continues to grow nationwide. If you are into powering the future while reducing pollution, perhaps a career in clean energy or sustainability is a good fit for you!
Ever read a label on a package of food and realize that you still don't really know what you're buying? To help take the guesswork out of shopping and bring more transparency to your grocery basket, the Environmental Working Group developed a unique online tool called Food Scores - try it today!
It's time to get your turkey for Thanksgiving. No kidding, heritage birds from sustainable farmers sell out fast. If you want to gather around taste-test winning meat this season, but don't know where to find it, check out these highlights of places in your region where you can find a sustainably raised bird!
Our sustainable food system is in need of a wide variety of skillsets. As job options in food sustainability expand, the question is: how can you tie your work to our growing sustainable food movement? Take a look at some of the major sectors in food sustainability and find out how to get paid for supporting good food!
Whether you're building your own compost or donating your scraps to a program, start setting scraps aside with these simple collection tips! This fourth post in our composting series gives you the nitty-gritty on collecting and saving food scraps.