Increase your time spent in nature with these easy ideas for creating indoor-outdoor living spaces.
Getting kids outdoors in the winter can often prove challenging. Try these fun and creative activities to get your kids outside and connected to the natural world.
Fall is a wonderful time to connect back to nature. Enjoy these inspiring leaf art activities for all ages and get connected again.
Get inspired by early winter to decorate your home.
Try these five editor-recommended picks for quick-fix foods.
Spring is the perfect season to start a nature journal. Observe and record the natural wonders of the season and connect to both nature and self, while practicing mindfulness and expressing creativity. Try these simple spring journaling prompts to get started!
Getting kids to play outside isn’t always easy, especially if they aren’t into a particular outdoor activity. It’s important to get them outside though—and not just for the physical benefits.
LOVE NATURE NYC’s line of bath, body and home products helps create an experience that nurtures and connects the mind, body and soul.
Nature’s Gate introduces affordable anti-aging products for the face with it’s Facial Care collection.
Color your hair at home with Tints of Nature salon-grade permanent hair color, made with a natural soy base, which mitigates the damage and health risks typically associated with coloring hair.
This year, give a gift that keeps giving. We tell you how with the help of the folks at The Nature Conservancy.
In celebration of National Non-GMO Month, Nature’s Way releases an infographic to help explain the basics of genetically modified organisms (GMOs).
Getting kids outdoors and into nature helps promote healthy child development physically, emotionally, intellectually and socially.
These three plants are extremely creepy. Read more about the bizarre devil's claw, doll's eye and Buddha's hand.
Guest blogger Bill Hutchins comments on the relationships of our family and community and natural world.
Guest blogger Bill Hutchins explains the ways in which we are increasingly removed from the deeper rhythms and cycles and flow of our source.
Try these valuable bug repellent formulas for a weekend in the woods.
There is a beauty in discovering the lost art of keying wild plants. Learn more about this practice.
Exercising outside, close to nature, makes you happier than exercising inside, according to a study from the University of Essex.
Natural Home assistant editor Kim Wallace reviews a natural shampoo from Eco Nature Care.
Camping is a great way to enjoy nature, but it may not be as eco-friendly as you think. Reevaluate your camping methods. How green are they really?
A few herbal lessons from The Urban Herbalist.