A Guide to Greener Living: Simple Steps to Living More Sustainably – Guest Post by Laurie Larson

Why is green living so important? It matters for the generations coming after us, including our children and their children. We want to preserve our ecosystem as part of being better stewards of our planet, because it’s the only one we have. Without doing so, we will live in a very different world within the … Continue reading A Guide to Greener Living: Simple Steps to Living More Sustainably – Guest Post by Laurie Larson

Hydroponics: Pros and Cons of Hydroponic Gardening – Guest post by Dan Chabert

Hydroponic farming is one of the most misrepresented farming methods around the world. I mean, it sounds like an alien if not a futuristic concept growing food without a single grain of soil. One of the major reasons hydroponics has been gaining a foothold is because studies have shown that this farming type may soon … Continue reading Hydroponics: Pros and Cons of Hydroponic Gardening – Guest post by Dan Chabert

The Best Eco-Friendly Kitchen Ideas for Every Home – Guest post by Diana Smith

Traditionally, the kitchen has been a place which creates loads of waste, with power-hungry, buzzing, baking and cooling appliances amping up your electricity bills. Add the under-sink chemical department with products marked ‘toxic’ and ‘corrosive’ and the picture you get is not very ‘green’ by any standard. Luckily, the times have changed. Now you can … Continue reading The Best Eco-Friendly Kitchen Ideas for Every Home – Guest post by Diana Smith

5 Ways Farms Can Save Water During a Drought

This is a guest post written by freelance writer Maria Reyes.  Water supply is perhaps one of the most crucial elements in ensuring a successful harvest. To help guarantee the maximum growth of the plants while conserving this precious resource, it’s imperative to deliver just the right amount of water to crops at the right … Continue reading 5 Ways Farms Can Save Water During a Drought