Meet Ken Greene: A Book Worm with a Green Thumb … and a Passion for Seed Preservation

Posted - January 2, 2018
Have you heard the one about the librarian who loved seeds so much that he opened a seed library? Nope, that’s not a corny Read More

Three Ways to Recycle Your Christmas Tree

Posted - December 17, 2017
Come December 26th, your Christmas tree is officially past its prime. But if the thought of tossing it out with the trash, where it’ll Read More

How to Grow a Winter Kitchen Garden

Posted - December 10, 2017
Winter is a time of snowstorms, movie nights by the fire, and … fresh, homemade salsa? At least, it can be for those willing to give Read More

Four Great Ways to Reuse Coffee Grounds

Posted - November 7, 2017
This post was written by Jackie Lutze and used with her permission. To learn more about Jackie, visit Ever Read More

Eco-Friendly Money-Saving Tips: Save the Planet and Your Wallet

Posted - October 10, 2017
Looking to reduce your waste while keeping your wallet full? Here are five easy eco-friendly money-saving tips. The big scary world of Read More

Beauty Bites: Seed Phytonutrients

Posted - September 27, 2017
This post was written by Chanda Stacker and used with her permission. To learn more about Chanda, visit Last Read More

Why We Need to Revitalize Organic Seed Farming

Posted - September 13, 2017
Adapted from The Outsize Importance of the Tiny Organic Seed by Rachel Levin. As agriculture has become more and more industrialized Read More

Save Some Green by Going Green: A Beginner’s Guide to Sustainability

Posted - August 20, 2017
Looking to clean up your lifestyle, but are overwhelmed with where to begin? Here are four simple swaps to incorporate zero-waste Read More

Get Involved! Four Ways to Support Small Family Farms

Posted - July 27, 2017
These non-profits devoted to helping independent American farmers are a great place to start. It may seem like our country’s farmers Read More

No Land? No Problem. You Can Still Get Growing with Containers!

Posted - July 26, 2017
Don’t let a lack of acreage stop you from flexing your green thumb. Our potted-plant primer makes it possible to garden just about Read More