10 Ways to Green Your School

10 Ways to Green Your School

A Guide for Students and Parents Twenty percent of Americans go to school every day. That’s 60 million students, teachers, faculty, and staff who work and learn on our nation’s campuses. And while man … [Read more]

Gardens Gone Wild

Gardens Gone Wild: How to Create a Wildlife-Friendly Backyard

How to Create a Wildlife-Friendly Backyard Today's environmental news is often alarming, especially the warnings that biodiversity, a term used to describe the immense variety of life on Earth, is … [Read more]

Light Bulb Moment

Light Bulb Moment: An Energy-Efficient Lighting Guide

 An Energy-Efficient Lighting Guide In 2014, the Nobel Prize in Physics was awarded to a Japanese-American team of scientists who had achieved a milestone. What was their momentous creation? The … [Read more]

Growing Soilless

Growing Soilless: Your Introduction to Hydroponics

Your Introduction to Hydroponics When most people think of gardening, soil comes to mind. But plants don’t actually require it to survive. They mostly need the nutrients and minerals in the soil. P … [Read more]

A Movement in the Making

A Movement in the Making: The Emergence of the Maker Movement

 The Emergence of the Maker Movement The maker movement is made up of some 135 million adults in the U.S., however, it's more than just a U.S. movement. Maker faires that celebrate the movement have p … [Read more]

Multi-Functional Furniture

Multi-Functional Furniture

Save Space and Kill Two Birds with One Stone When is a chair not a chair? When it’s a bookshelf, or a table, or a wall panel, or a phone charger! The multifunctional furniture renaissance is here, a … [Read more]