By Becky Striepe on June 11, 2010
A typical grass lawn requires thousands of gallons of water per year to maintain. Unless you’re cutting it with a push mower, it uses electricity or gas to trim, as well. On top of all of that, many homeowners use chemical fertilizers to keep their lawns looking lush and green.
By LiveOAK Staff on March 13, 2008
Upgrade: $30+ Most people don’t consider their lawn seed when trying to make Greener choices, they usually focus on fertilizer, watering practices and mowing. Well Eco-Lawn addresses the potential hazards posed to mother nature from lawn maintenance at the source… the grass itself. Eco-Lawn requires less mowing, less water and no fertilizer.
By Doug Gunzelmann on March 13, 2008
Upgrade: $25+ I first saw these on This Old House and thought “The simplicity…the genius!” Rain collection tanks are as old as time and are widely used out of necessity in so many parts of the world. Here in the developed world it doesn’t even cross our privileged minds to save precious, pure, sanitary household [...]