This Pacific Northwest, six-story, 50,000-square-foot Bullitt Center emulates strict standards to be certified as a Living Building. The Center automatically monitors the inside and outside temperatures, wind dynamics, precipitation events, sunlight conditions, and inside carbon dioxide concentrations
All foods, all medicines, and all drugs affect our overall consciousness and how we experience the world. Whether it’s a handful of fresh-picked berries, a pint of stout beer, or a laboratory engineered pill-capsule, it’s all medicine, acting as a specific type of fuel to run (or drain) your body.
With winter weather patterns just around the corner, most gardeners are finished with outdoor projects. Healthy house plants are a beautiful addition to any indoor living space.
Perception can be a tricky thing when it comes to science. A flock of birds flying overhead may appear to negate the finding of their endangered status, or it could be the last flock of passenger pigeons in your neighborhood – a glimpse before their 1914 extinction.
Oddly enough, we can accept raccoon or deer overpopulation much more easily than we can accept human overpopulation.
Land management is a lot like cooking.
Plenty of people are exposed to the outdoors briefly every day. However, for many of them, it takes a bit more than encounters with nature to inspire respect and love.
Officials at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency are now poring over more than 15,000 officially submitted public comments about the level of ethanol and other biofuels to be used in the nation’s liquid fuel supply.
By Gary Huxel The drought in California is stretching into Texas leaving much of the country’s prime agricultural areas in dire need of water and declining production of vegetables and fruit. This drought and the drought over the past decade have shown us that our food production system cannot be sustainable as our climate changes….
By Terrah Baker Build a bat house — Bats have been on the decline throughout the country thanks to a somewhat mysterious disease called White Nose Syndrome, where a fungus grows on bats noses as they hibernate, waking them up when there is no food, causing many to die of starvation or sickness. Bats are…