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Green Living

Help the environment this school year
From back packs and lunchboxes to clothes and playground equipment, recycled plastics are an important part of back to school season.
 
Getting the most out of farmers markets and seasonal produce
Produce choices available at farmers markets are now reaching their peak. So how can you make the most of this seasonal bounty?
 
Seven tips for a greener back-to-school season
You can ensure your family remains eco-friendly this back-to-school season with some simple tips.
 
Tips for reducing food and packaging waste in your kitchen
Have you ever thought about how much food ends up being wasted? Expired yogurt cups, slimy salads, moldy leftovers - it all adds up.
 
Wholesome snacks for back to school
The new school year shouldn't stop you from offering your children healthy snacks. Try these easy creations.
 
Veggies galore? Make the most of your garden goodies
Growing vegetables doesn't end when they're harvested. Use these tips to share and enjoy your produce all winter long.
 
The best protection for trees? You
Everyone can help protect trees from the Asian longhorned beetle (ALB)
 
Recycled plastics: Great for outdoor clothing and gear, good for Mother Nature, too
One of the best materials for outdoor clothing and gear is also eco-friendly. Find out about recycled plastics.
 
Simple updates make homes environmentally friendly
A few easy updates can make your home more beautiful, environmentally friendly and energy efficient.
 
Create a more natural summer with safe, effective household cleaning tips
Give your family a healthier, fresher summer with these tips for natural household cleaning.
 
Save energy and money by catching these invisible energy thieves
Find out how to save money and energy on the items that cost you even when you aren't using them.
 
Entertaining outdoors? These tips can lighten your environmental footprint
From lunch on the porch to parties on the patio, warm weather means outdoor entertaining with family and friends. But these get-togethers often create a lot of waste. Is there anything you can do to lighten your environmental footprint?
 
What a buyer wants: Green improvements that cut utility costs
Going green is good for the environment, but it can also be good for a homeowner's wallet - and that's the aspect of eco-friendly improvements that seems most appealing to homebuyers.
 
Green start-ups challenged to develop green business plans for chance to win $680,000
The Postcode Lottery Green Challenge challenges the innovators to submit their sustainable business plans. Entrants for the Green Challenge can win $680,000.
 
With drought across the country, you can do your part to conserve water
Having good water sense in and around your home can help you reduce your water bill and improve your environmental footprint.
 
Cellphones, batteries, computers: Simple ways to recycle electronics and reduce e-waste
While Americans understand the benefits of recycling bottles, cans and paper, they aren't as savvy when it comes to recycling electronics. Here's how you can recycle popular consumer electronic devices.
 
Stopping the drain: Innovative technology helps conserve water throughout the house
Technology and innovation are empowering homeowners to conserve more water and energy throughout the home.
 
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