Although unseen, millions of gallons of water go into the products we buy and use, which makes consumer awareness an important step towards water conservation.
The American dream might be to live in a big house with an emerald green lawn in front and a shimmering pool out back. From a water conservation standpoint, this is more like a nightmare than a dream!
By taking simple steps to reduce your water use at home you can quickly be on your way to saving gallons − and dollars − every day!
With gardening season under way in all but the coldest of zones, we have gathered a gaggle of gardeners from around the country and asked them to share some tips with us. The slide show is a peek into the beginnings of their space for this 2011 growi
Checking in with the Gardeners Across America this time returns to a whole new scene. I am amazed at how quickly plants grow. Even the unattended weeds in my backyard (that I have no access to!) have completely taken over. Those weeds have grown with
Sustainable farmers continue to develop new, innovative techniques to produce and distribute food. From aquaponics to food hubs, learn about the trends shaping our food future.
A video tour through Joan Gussow’s organic garden.
On August 4th, community gardeners from across the five boroughs gathered on the steps of City Hall to show their support for the New York City Community Garden Coalition (NYCCGC). There were countless speakers working to influence the Parks Departme
A collection of tools like water calculators, xeriscape instructions and irrigation guides that can help you figure out how to conserve and use water more efficiently.
While hanging out in the yard can be carefree summer fun, saving water is serious business, especially as a devastating drought stretches over much of the US. But with these tips, conserving water doesn't have to be a drag.