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A Wisconsin farmstead gets remodeled and revitalized to harvest solar energy.
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The Energy Education Council has the following tips to help you increase your energy efficiency.
1. Timing is everything when it comes to energy. Electricity demand is at its highest in the afternoon and early evening. You can save money and ease stress on the electric grid by doing activities...
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Minnesota couple use worms to do composting
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We asked our readers to submit descriptions and photos of the green projects they're doing at their places. Enjoy this slideshow of great submissions.
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What comes here, stays here. Diane Price and her husband, Rob Griffith, own a no-kill farm, meaning all their animals--including goats, chickens, llamas, a few dogs, cats, and a Vietnamese potbellied...
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Peggy Sue and Owen Snoey of LaCenter, Washington, are eco-friendly. They live on five-acres and manage them in a variety of ways to enhance and preserve the environment. Different methods include...
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Why not make a few quick changes to help warm up your outbuildings a little and cut down on those energy bills?
There's almost no worse feeling than going out to the barn or shop on a bitterly cold winter's day only to find it's just as miserable inside as it is outside. So why not make a few quick...
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Within commuting distance of New York City are rolling fields of green and two people dedicated to preserving the country way of life.
When Fred Mackerodt was 11, he kept 27 chickens and four ducks in his Brooklyn, New York, bedroom. The animals lasted a year before Fred's mother got fed up. The chickens did their final turn on...