Americans are facing the same questions about food security that led to a nationwide boom in Victory Gardens during World War II. This dovetails with growing concern around the safety…
Could pesticides in imported houseplants explain why bees are dying in Europe? Read the results of a Greenpeace study on EU garden flowers.
This novel approach to putting food on the dinner plate lets city dwellers become organic farmers without the need for land and soil.
El Lay is considering a ban on the cultivation, sale, and distribution of genetically modified organisms, which would make Tinseltown the largest GMO-free zone in the US.
By inviting them with the right plants, gardeners can help honeybees forage more efficiently, which helps hives thrive.
The many uses of aloe vera are multiplying—could it also change the lives of millions of diabetics?
Planting a few seeds on your deck or in your backyard will yield delicious and organic results, if you follow this foolproof guide.
An idea to haul away compost provides a sustainable alternative for some city dwellers.
The British aristocracy was the first to display wealth by keeping a weed-free lawn instead of growing food. So what would happen if you stopped watering, spraying, and mowing that useless grass? It turns out, many positive things would emerge.
There is a sweet spot to grocery shopping where well-being meets frugality. Here's how to find it.