Article Archive for Reduce, Reuse, Recycle

9 ways to be grateful for what nature and nurture provide you
Spring’s renewal makes us grateful for the presence of both nature and nurture. We celebrate Mother Earth for her ability to fade...
A backyard makeover for spring
Spring is finally here! Temperatures are rising, birds are singing, flowers are blooming, and you’re … still inside?If a...
‘Tis the season for living rooms around the country to be covered in a sea of crumpled paper and tossed-aside bows. Yup, wrapping...
Follow these simple tips to make Halloween more environmentally friendly.
Ghosts and goblins aren't the only things to be scared of on Halloween. The holiday has a frightening impact on the environment....
Spooky DIY tricks
Half the fun of Halloween used to be raiding the dress-up trunk and scouring the house for cast-off, oversized and eclectic hats...
Find out where the 2012 presidential candidates stand on environmental issues.
A Q&A with EarthTalk; reprinted with permissionDear EarthTalk: Given that the presidential election is just around the corner...
Rest in (nontoxic) peace
Vast expanses of manicured lawns kept alive with wasteful water practices and chemical fertilizers; environmentally harmful and...
Can you help an organic lavender farmer keep her dream afloat?
Because she’s dubbed the “Lavender Lady,” most people might expect Norma DeCamp Burns to envision hope as a soft, supple shade of...
If ever there was evidence of our connection with other living things, it’s the honeybee and the threat its recent disappearing...
6 easy steps to save paper at your workplace
Reducing the amount of paper used in your office will not only make your office a little greener, it could potentially reduce...