By Becky Striepe on May 18, 2012
In many places, bamboo is basically a weed. I mean, seriously, the stuff just…grows. And spreads. You don’t need a bunch of chemical fertilizers or a heavy watering schedule to grow bamboo, and it grows fast. That’s what makes it such a great, renewable resource.
By Becky Striepe on March 23, 2010
Over at The Good Human, David was talking recently about his neighbor who thinks it’s too much work to recycle. Recycling can totally be a hassle if you don’t have the right tools for sorting things out. Some municipalities take everything together, but others require that you separate your recyclables. No matter what the rules are where you live, we’ve got you covered with these attractive, handy bins!
By Timothy Hurst on October 20, 2009
How $2 bought me one of the best appliances I own I like my toast. I’m one of those people that believes bread simply tastes and performs a better when thoroughly warmed and a little crispy on the outside. So you can imagine my consternation when my toaster recently stopped working. It’s not that the [...]
By Becky Striepe on June 22, 2009
So we’ve made the switch to recycled toilet paper in the name of saving virgin forests, but it turns out that the bathroom isn’t the only room in the house with the potential for producing lots of waste. Between paper towels and napkins and those sandwich baggies, your poor trash bin can fill up pretty [...]