Our gardens and yards are strands in a huge web connecting all living creatures.
Caring for the environment starts with thoughtful decisions at home about chemicals that could impact pollinating insects, wildlife, water sources and more. Read more to see how small changes add up to a healthier world.
How to reduce water use, save money, and fight drought by harvesting and collecting rainwater.
Plants that attract bees, butterflies, and other pollinators to your garden can help save them.
No-till, reduced pesticide and herbicide, cover crop farming methods on the grow.
Chemicals in plastic water bottles continue to threaten health.
... and other good gardening news for the New Year.
The world is learning the value of improving soils and growing without chemicals.
Worm slime not only helps keep the worm warm during winter, it's a boon to the soil.
Reduce risks by properly storing and using safe, non-toxic soaps and detergents.