Hydroponics, Aquaponics, a Green Combo

By Trish Elliot Backyard gardeners have used hydroponics, a system that grows plants in water, since the time of Frances Bacon. But many amateur gardeners are switching to aquaphonics, a combination of hydroponics and aquaculture, or the process of raising fish for food. Hydroponics uses recycled water and its waste to feed plants, but when […]

Green Things to Do in the Office

  By Trish Elliot If you have influence over a large office, bring these ideas to your boss, and offer to institute them, or make sure they take place: they will both reduce your office’s carbon imprint and save your company money. Even if you have a very small office, the following ideas will make […]

Recyclable Crafts

The possibilities for making interesting, useful items for your home are almost inexhaustible, but below are some ideas to inspire you to stretch out and create your own multiple uses for items around the house, living green at the same time. The Ever-Tree: This crafty tree, created out of shipping and cardboard boxes, can be […]

ClimateMaster Provides Money-Saving Comfort to the Homeowner

Saving money is at the top of the homeowner’s list. But finding a way to not only save money but receive extra comfort and relaxation at the same time, is almost impossible. However, there is one item out there that will do just that: ClimateMaster geothermal heating and cooling systems improve the daily life of […]

Greenin’ Up Your Backyard or Deck (Especially Small Spaces)

Would you like to make your tiny city backyard an oasis AND a garden? Would you like to do this with recycling in mind, lessening your carbon footprint, and discover a way to eat organic vegetables, cultivated from your leftovers? We have some simple and effective ideas for you. If you are doing container planting, […]

Homeowners Stop Needless Spending with ClimateMaster

There are issues, troubleshooting, that comes with the gas furnace. There are maintenance issues that come with the rickety air conditioner that seems to constantly break down on days when it’s needed the most. With propane, the ever-fluctuating costs to heat the American home makes this source of energy one of the worst choices possible. […]

Feed Those Birdies the Green Way

It’s finally spring—maybe summer where you live, but a wonderful time of year to attract the birds to your yard, have a glass of wine while you view their interactions and feeding, and to make sure you have a nice dose of nature in your very own backyard.  A wonderful way to attract these charming […]

Social Media Paths

Each and every day companies begin their plan to open their business and reach out to the national and global consumer in order to build their brand. They research, hire a social media team that knows the business inside and out, and they deploy their social media marketing efforts that they’ve worked so diligently putting […]

The Lumineers with Dr. Dog and Nathaniel Rateliff at the St. Augustine Amphitheatre Friday, October 18, 2013

Denver-based band The Lumineers are excited to unveil the details of additional North American tour dates this September and October. The newly announced dates begin with 2 nights at the illustrious Red Rocks Amphitheatre (September 14th & 15th.)  The tour has stops along the west coast major markets including two nights in both Seattle (Marymoor […]

Utah Land Grab Hits a Bump

  Click here to help fight the biggest threat to Utah’s redrock wilderness in 20 years! Photo copyright James Kay. Utah’s leaders have declared war on Utah wilderness. They’ve created all sorts of wacky schemes to take control of federal lands in Utah – places such as Greater Canyonlands, the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument and […]