Sometimes a single project can make ripples across various topics like human health, the environment, and the economy simultaneously.
It doesn’t take a lot of space or possessions to have a happy, healthy life.
Few will experience living without a car for many years. Driving is the standard transportation option, and alternatives are an inconvenience.
A reader recently asked, “There is a family of chipmunks that eat my plants that I grow in containers.”
Sometimes doing good is free. Employing skills like great communication and critical thinking, empathizing with other humans and non-humans, and centering our actions in love and friendship are just a few concepts that are free to use.
Summer is the perfect time to catch a glimpse of our visiting Ruby-throated Hummingbirds in between their spring and fall migrations to tropical climates.
Suffocating under all that stuff? Often our wardrobes are the simplest way to downsize and make a difference for our budget, mental health, charities, and the environment.
That little turtle you just passed on the way to work may be older than you.
Most often, we think of making a difference with our hands, our money, or our time. But with our videos?
With a nickname like “snake killer” and a running appearance similar to a Velociraptor, the Greater Roadrunner (Geococcyx californianus) is an attention-grabbing bird we’re lucky enough to glimpse occasionally in Northwest Arkansas.