Living the Country Life

Green Living Content

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Selling junk metal can leave you with a cleaner acreage and a fatter wallet!
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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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Ever thought of insulating your home with stone? A new product made from rocks and other materials is fire and moisture resistant and has excellent thermal qualities. Radio interview source: Mark...
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The whole Snoey family, and even the poultry, alpacas, and wildlife, pitch in to help the environment on this Washington acreage.
The True North Ranch Folks at The True North Ranch are not only friendly, they're eco-friendly. Owen and Peggy Sue Snoey of LaCenter, Washington, are using their 5-acre enclave to teach their...