Many people think it’s impossible for them to compost at home. But composting is an incredibly versatile process, and it doesn’t have to take a lot of time, space, or money. No matter which of those resources you’re short on, there’s a composting method out there that can work for you.
Many people dream of starting a homestead for several reasons, such as to be more self-sufficient, garden, or raise livestock. But starting a homestead can feel overwhelming, especially if you go into the process without a plan. It can also get costly if you’re not careful.
Regrowing food from scraps is an effective way to save money on food and eliminate food waste. It can also help you keep fresh food on the table if there are supply shortages. With a sunny windowsill and a bit of patience, you can turn these castoffs into healthy produce for your family.
Many people already know about the benefits of composting. Vermicomposting is another option for reducing food waste and creating rich, fertile compost for your garden. But vermicomposting isn’t as simple as you think. Before you get started, read up on how to take care of your worm bin.
You can love fashion and the planet at the same time. These top eco-friendly clothing brands use sustainable materials and green processes to create quality pieces that can last for seasons. And some are more affordable than you might think.
A decent-size home garden can provide enough food to last all year. Unfortunately, your bountiful harvest won’t stay good that long. But with a bit of careful planning, you can preserve many of the fruits, vegetables, and herbs you grow to make your crops last throughout the year.
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The total number of bike-share bikes operating in the United States more than doubled in 2017, the most recent year for which reliable figures are available. And these programs are among the best options available to North American riders. Did your bike-share service make the list?
Most communities have a local farmers market, and they're popular for a good reason. Farmers markets provide fresh, locally grown produce, as well as homemade or home-baked goods. They also make it easier to eat healthy on a budget. Read on for tips on making the most of your local farmers market.
Disposable products aren’t just bad for the environment. They’re not so great for your bottom line either — and some may be hazardous to your health. Fortunately, there are dozens of reusable, environmentally friendly, and inexpensive kitchen products you can use instead.
We live in a throwaway society. All this waste is costly, both for us and for the environment. Whenever you choose to reuse, you’re making your life greener and cheaper at the same time. Here are several ways to incorporate reuse into your life.