Eco-Resolutions for 2017: Making the World a Greener Place

You can’t believe it?  We can’t believe it! It’s already time to prepare for 2017. As the door closes on 2016, we begin to mull over ways to improve our lives and meet our personal goals. If you’re like most, … Continue reading

Sustainable Holiday Gift Ideas

The holidays: time to see family and friends, view the beautiful lights and decorations, indulge in delicious food, and of course, practice the art of gift giving. It truly is the most wonderful time of the year, but the holidays’ … Continue reading

Deck the Halls With Something Eco: Green Ideas for a Sustainable Holiday

It’s beginning to look a lot like climate change. We know that’s not how the song goes, but with all the environmental damage that accompanies the holiday season – think pollution, trash, waste, and an ever-expanding carbon footprint, not to … Continue reading

Eco-Friendly Holiday Hostess Gifts

Ready or not, here come the holidays! And along with all those Black Friday sales, must-make recipes, TV specials and ugly sweaters, there’s a long list of holiday parties you’ll want to attend. Don’t arrive empty handed! Instead, come bearing … Continue reading

Tips for Enjoying Fall Foliage

There’s so much to love about fall: cool weather, pumpkin-spiced everything, festive holidays and an extra hour of sleep (major bonus!). But it wouldn’t be autumn without the magnificent, colorful show staged as the leaves change colors to rich shades … Continue reading

Tips for a Green Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving could possibly be the best holiday! It provides us with an opportunity to express our gratitude and celebrate the Earth’s bounty and all that it gives us throughout the year. Unfortunately, the way most people commemorate the day involves … Continue reading

Organic Cocktails for Your Holiday Celebration

The turkey you’re preparing Christmas Eve is free-range, the potatoes you’re roasting came from a local farm and the fruit in your fruitcake was grown without pesticides and picked up at your local farmer’s market. But what about your holiday … Continue reading