By Chad Lott, March 26, 2013
The best environmental solutions are the ones that are fun. Growing your own food is a great experience, riding a bicycle can be transcendent, and making some good home cooking for friends is just about the best combo of eco and enjoyable I can think of.
By Megan Myers, March 23, 2013
With the season’s egg dyeing and deviled-egg eating, chances are you’re starting to collect a few extra egg cartons around the house. Don’t throw them away!
By Elizabeth Smith, March 12, 2013
The Do Something Reel™ Film Festival continues this month with Bonsai People – The Vision of Muhammad Yunus, an uplifting documentary about one man’s extraordinary humanitarian work and his influence around the globe.
By Elizabeth Smith, February 5, 2013
The Do Something Reel™ Film Festival continues this month with The Greenhorns, which explores the burgeoning movement of America’s young farming community – its spirit, practices and needs.
By Anna Madrona, October 27, 2012
I’ll have a side of fries with that alternative energy system!
By Erin Schrode, September 22, 2012
Erin Schrode, 21, is the co-founder and spokeswoman of Teens Turning Green, a student-led movement promoting global sustainability, youth leadership, environmental education and cons
By Matt Rigdon, July 24, 2012
An awesome gift just got better. Our new wallet-ready gift cards are made using recycled paper and wood from responsibly managed forests – no more plastic.
By Paige Schilt, July 9, 2012
As you may have noticed, we’ve got honey bees on the brain. These amazing little creatures pollinate 100 types of crops — everything from almonds to zucchini — yet US honey bee colonies are declining at an annual rate of 30% or more.
By Joe Dickson, July 4, 2012
“Can we really handle a beehive in this tiny yard?”
By Scott Hoffman Black, June 26, 2012