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10/30/2008
Matt ponders when the line of respect is crossed when critiquing friends' non-green habits.
10/28/2008
Follow a young greenie through the Hawaiian practice of malama ka `aina and create a craft that honors this way of life.
10/27/2008
If night sweats are causing you to lose sleep and costing you more on your air-conditioning bill, consider a Bedfan.
10/27/2008
Sick of the winter cold already? So are we. So here is one way Herb Companion staffers are surviving this winter: herbal baths.
10/24/2008
Giving fruit as a reward for potty training was successful with my niece and healthier than candy, even the natural kind.
10/16/2008
Guest blogger Tracy Herz reflects on the beauty of Canaan Valley, West Virginia while she figures out what green products would be best to complement her green condo remodel.
10/16/2008
Guest blogger Tracy Herz juggles greenspeak 101 while considering what products and certifications she will use in her West Virginia condo remodel.
10/16/2008
Guest blogger Tracy Herz contemplates the pros and cons of going forward with a green remodel of her vacation condo in Canaan Valley, West Virginia.
10/15/2008
Follow a young environmental enthusiast through daily and long-term changes.
10/15/2008
Nourish Organic Citrus Stick Deodorant may be the best deodorant I have ever used. Unlike conventional deodorants, Nourish is 100 percent natural—with no trace of aluminum in its ingredient list—and is USDA organic.
10/15/2008
Magnificent mansions, cooperative living groups, sustainable cities—get a glimpse of what the Northwest has to offer.
10/14/2008
This week I enter the Show House for the first time and learn that hair clip + hard hat = beauty disaster. When my college friend Robyn Griggs Lawrence asked me if I wanted to blog about Natural Home’s Show House.
10/14/2008
This time: I sit in on a sustainability class at Parsons and learn that vinyl can be good for the environment. Really?
10/14/2008
"Elizabeth Kuster, Natural Home's resident Green House Girl, takes on the Brooklyn Navy Yard—home of the IceStone factory. IceStone, which is made from recycled glass and concrete, is twice as strong as marble, scratch- and stain-resistant, comes in every color imaginable, can be used anywhere you can use stone, and is really pretty. It’s also “cradle-to-cradle” certified (which is a fancy way of saying that it’s made from 100 percent recycled material and is itself 100 percent recyclable)."
10/14/2008
Elizabeth weathers the storm with the Natural Home Show House in Brooklyn.
10/14/2008
Elizabeth discovers that construction involves lots of re-evaluation and adaptation (much like many of my past relationships). 
10/14/2008
Elizabeth learns that being a construction manager isn’t for the faint of heart—or stomach.
10/14/2008
Elizabeth reflects on a window dilemma on one of the designers will have to solve.
10/14/2008
93 Nevins continues to record the consturction of the new structure by describing why the choice of limestone was made.
10/14/2008
93 Nevins combs through the details of how the Nevins building came to be.
10/14/2008
Matthew investigates a paper company's claim of being 100 percent recyclable.
10/14/2008
Utne weighs her options of owning an older, large home and the cost of making it more eco-friendly.
10/14/2008
Utne reasons her motivations for starting a blog with Natural Home.
10/13/2008
For a barking dog, electric shock collars may do more damage than good. Read what I'm using to rid my dog's bark, without the bite.
10/10/2008
Which herbs will help keep you energized, focused and possibly in shape? One Herb Companion staffer looks for the answers.
10/1/2008
September ... long month, no? The election frenzy is roiling; the DOW keeps tanking as the $700 billion bailout plan goes to vote in Washington; banks are scared to lend each other money, causing over-leveraged companies to hit a brick wall; the President is on TV telling us that, indeed, there are problems afoot. 






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