The dirty truth is that we pet owners have to deal with a lot of poop from our beloved fuzzy friends.
Not everyone wants a snake for a neighbor. But if you have kingsnakes (one word) in your neighborhood, you might start thanking your lucky charms. These remarkable reptiles are not only an important part of our native ecology, they can also play a small role in protecting our human interests. What makes kingsnakes so phenomenal…
If you love munching on Pocky (a popular snack that originated in Japan) but wish it was a healthier, sustainable snack option, look no further – there are convenient ways to put together a delicious Pocky snack kit or even make it yourself at home! Making your own Pocky is better for the environment, and…
By Amanda Bancroft Ready to go beyond the birdfeeder? Check out NestWatch (one word), a joint project between the Cornell Lab of Ornithology and the Smithsonian Migratory Bird Center. According to the NestWatch website, the program “teaches people about bird breeding biology and engages them in collecting and submitting nest records. Such records include information…
Americans are finally becoming interested en masse in alternatives to privately owned vehicles, which is driving a change in what transportation looks like.
More often than not, faith and sustainability go together like peanut butter and jelly.
March 20 is the official first day of spring, but looking around us, the plants and animals didn’t wait.
Despite the new-sounding name, Reducetarianism is just giving a label to an old practice. Its appeal is that not everyone is able or willing to eat zero meat and animal products, but reducing portion sizes or eliminating meat from one or more meals per week is easy to do.
It was another successful season for the Friends of Hobbs Eagle Watch Cruises on Beaver Lake, where, for just $10, this writer was lucky enough to see her first wild Bald Eagles.
Just as sustainably sourced products often take into consideration the conditions of workers and the support of their communities, sustainable cities must evaluate features such as transportation, housing, and the design of outdoor and indoor public spaces, all of which have an effect on not just the environment but also people of all ages.